What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are created by a website when you visit it. They store information that can be useful as you continue to navigate the website. They ensure that your information is kept up to date whenever you move to another page of the website. They also allow your use of the website to be analyzed.
By using our website, you agree to the use and storage of cookies on your device. Although it is also possible to view our website without cookies,
we recommend that you keep cookies enabled, as otherwise you could miss out on a lot of useful information. Most browsers accept cookies automatically.
You are free to decide whether to accept or disable cookies by configuring your browser accordingly.
However, please note that any changes made to settings are always browser-specific. If you use different browsers or switch device, you must change the settings again. You are also free to delete cookies from your storage medium at any time. For general information about cookie settings, as well as how to modify these settings and delete cookies, please refer to your web browser’s Help function.
The following sections explain the most common types of cookies:
Whenever you use a website, a session cookie is temporarily stored in your computer’s memory. This cookie contains a session ID that saves you from having to log in again each time you move to a new page, for example. Session cookies are deleted whenever you log out or become invalid as soon as your session has expired automatically.
Persistent or stored cookies
A persistent cookie or stored cookie stores a file on your computer for the period of time set by the corresponding expiration date. These cookies allow websites to remember your information and your settings the next time you visit. This makes accessing websites a lot quicker and easier. For example, you won’t have to modify your language settings each time you access our portal. Once the expiration date has passed, the cookie will be automatically deleted the next time you visit the website that generated that cookie.
Third-party cookies come from providers other than the website owner. They can be used to collect information for advertising, custom content, and web statistics, for example.
The following cookies are used on this website: