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Our website makes use of ‘persistent’ as well as ‘session’ cookies. Persistent cookies are the ones stored on your computer unless manually deleted or unless they meet a particular date of expiration. Session cookies, on the other hand, are deleted from your computer soon as you close the browser.
We will utilize persistent cookies to recognize you on your next visit and track your preferences to boost your experience on our website. Likewise, we will utilize session cookies to track you while you browse our website and to keep you from fraud, and boost website security.
We also use Google Analytics to analyze your use of our website. In general, Google Analytics generates a statistical report and provides other details about the use of our website using cookies stored on every user’s computer. The information generated regarding our website is then utilized to create reports relating to website usage.
Different internet browsers allow you to adjust your cookie settings so that you receive a warning every time a cookie is being sent so that cookies can be easily turned off. With cookies blocked, a few functions of our website may function improperly.
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