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Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small packages of data comprising letters and numbers. These are stored in your web browser or on the storage device of your computer itself. We instantly collect your information when you enter our website using cookie technology, and it will automatically be downloaded the moment you re-visit our website. This will enhance your browsing experience.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to provide you with the most optimal user experience on our website.

This includes:

  • Identifying and analyzing how you use our website
  • Providing personalized data from the content you have searched for
  • Associating with partners to provide you with the matching advertisement
  • Keeping you signed in when you revisit our website

What types of cookies do we use?

We use certain specific cookies on this website in order to improve the customer experience. Please see the data below for more information.

These are the various types of cookies we use on this website. It can be categorized as follows:

  • 1, Marketing cookies
  • 2, Preference cookies
  • 3, Statistics cookies
  • 4, Strictly Necessary Cookies/li>
  • 5, Third-Party cookies

1. Marketing cookies

These are the cookies that help the website owner to track visitors across the website. "Marketing cookies" display engaging and relevant advertisements specifically for each individual user, adding value both to publishers and to third parties. We use cookies for digital marketing purposes as well. They store customer preferences and other personalized data. This enables advertising agencies to showcase their products to the target audience based on the data provided, which includes age, gender, location, and other areas of interest.

2. Preference cookies

Cookie preference settings allow a website to recognize information that changes the way the site looks or behaves, such as your preferred language or region. Your choices and preferences are collected using preference cookies. These cookies allow us to remember the language that each user sets and display it accordingly based on their choices. We save the preferences of our logged-in users.

3. Statistics cookies

"Statistics cookies" collect and report anonymous information, helping website owners understand how visitors interact with a website. This helps us understand areas that need to be improved without storing any personal information. With these cookies, anonymous data can be used to identify which areas are more popular and which are less. Based on that, further improvements can be made.

4. Strictly Necessary Cookies

“Strictly Necessary Cookies” are those cookies that are very essential for a website to work properly. It doesn't collect any kind of personal data or information. Instead, these cookies are used to identify each person while logging into our website and to enable the visitor to submit information regarding any feedback forms and registration forms. Accepting these cookies is mandatory while using the website. If any denial occurs, we cannot guarantee that you won't encounter any security issues.

5. Third-party cookies

“Third-party cookies” are those cookies used by a third party in order to advance the user experience and enhance the website. These are entirely controlled and monitored by a third party. Some of the cookies may be sent from other websites, like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and others. These third-party cookies are responsible for that. Please make sure to read and carefully review the Privacy Policy before agreeing to its terms and conditions.

Core Concept Of Using Cookies

Session cookies: These are temporary cookies stored when a user enters a web browser, and they will be deleted permanently once his search for any content finishes and closes the browser. These cookies enable website operators to track a user's actions during a browser session.

Persistent Cookies: These are the cookies that will be activated when a user visits the website containing this cookie. The data will only be stored until its expiration date, and after that, it will be automatically deleted.

First-Party Cookies: These are the cookies that are set by a website when a user visits the site for the very first time.

Third-Party Cookies: These are cookies that are entirely created, controlled, and monitored by a third party.