What Are Cookies?
A cookie is a little text file of your browsing information on your computer or mobile device. It is saved by the website when you visit the site. It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences such as login, language, font size and other display preferences over a period of time, so you can come back to the site or browse from one page to another whenever you want without facing any hassle.
Purpose Of Using Cookies: The main purpose of using cookies is to track their performance and preferences Most browsers support cookies, but users can set their browsers to decline them and can delete them whenever they like. Cookies are used for different purposes:
- - authenticating, identifying and maintaining session variables for logged-in users;
- - storing information related to a user inputted data on forms;
- - personalizing content and ads based on user browser behaviour, past searches and visits;
- - analyzing website usage statistics; and
- - detecting click fraud and other malicious activity.
Disabling Cookies: So you've decided to disable cookies on your browser, or at least limit their use. Before that, you should know about some things. First, cookies are small pieces of data that websites store on your computer. They're used for a variety of purposes, such as keeping you logged in to your account or remembering your preferences. Second, by disabling cookies, you may not be able to take full advantage of all the features on a website. For example, you may not be able to log in to your account or access certain areas of the site. Finally, some cookies are essential for the proper functioning of a website. Disabling these cookies may cause the site to malfunction. So if you're going to disable cookies, be sure to only do so for sites that you don't mind not being able to use to their full potential.
The Cookies We Set:
# Email newsletters-related cookies: As you may know, we send out email newsletters to our subscribers on a regular basis. These newsletters often include information about new products, special offers, and other updates from our company.
# Surveys-related cookies: Cookies are used to help enhance your experience while browsing our website. If you continue to browse our site, you consent to the usage of cookies. We might also gather information through surveys. Responses to surveys are completely voluntary and you are able to choose to opt out of future surveys at any time. If you opt not to take part in any survey, we may not be capable of providing you with the complete experience on our website. For more details about our cookies policy, read our Privacy Statement.
# Site preferences cookies: Cookies are used to customize advertisements and content, offer social media features, and track our website's usage. We also provide information regarding your usage of our site with our advertising, social media and analytics partners. They may mix it with other data you've shared with them or have gathered through your use of their products. We will accept cookies by continuing to browse our site.
We utilize a range of different kinds of cookies on our website. Certain of them are set by third-party companies like Google Analytics. The data collected through these cookies could be used to improve our site as well as your experience using it.
# Performance cookies: Cookies used for performance are used to gather information on the way you interact with our site. This helps us improve the way that our website operates and ensures that we offer you the most enjoyable online experience. The information we collect through performance cookies includes:
The pages that you frequently browse
The time you stay on each page
How did you arrive at our site
What you click when you're browsing our website.
The information collected is anonymous and utilized by us to improve our website and to enhance the services we provide. By visiting our site you consent that we are able to install these cookies on your computer.
Security of your personal information: If you visit a site Cookies may be saved on your personal computer. Cookies are tiny text files used by websites to save information regarding your visit. The information stored in cookies can include things like your username preferences, as well as the pages that you've visited. Although cookies are useful to keep track of your internet activities, they may also present a security risk. If a website isn't well-designed, it could allow third-party websites to gain access to your cookies and gather the personal details of your visitors. To help secure your data check a website's privacy policies before providing any personal details. Be sure to know what the site intends to do with and make use of any information it receives from you. If you're not happy with the site's policy do not provide any personal details and search for another website. With a bit of care, you can help to protect yourself from security threats online.