Cookies are small data files that are transmitted from a website’s server to the web browser of a user’s computer or mobile device. Cookies typically contain a unique identifier that is used to monitor a user’s online activity. The cookie will then be stored on the hard drive of the device you are using.

The website employs cookies in the following manners:

Cookies can take many different forms, and we can use them for many different purposes, including the following:

  • Examining the various ways in which you utilize the website.
  • Developing an experience that is superior to yours and more personalized than it is at present.
  • Monitoring the number of times you’ve successfully logged in.

For the First Party, Cookies may have access to first-party Cookies stored on your computer or another device. These cookies may be used for a variety of purposes. First-party cookies are those that are set directly by, as we are the only ones who use them. Cookies that are set by a third party are known as third-party cookies. Cookies are used on this website to provide and enhance our products and services, as well as to facilitate and enhance your use of our website. Additionally, cookies help us provide and enhance our products and services. We have given careful consideration to the selection of these Cookies, and we have taken measures to ensure that your privacy and personal information are always respected and protected.

Cookies from Third-Party Websites

It is possible that cookies from other websites will be downloaded onto your computer or another device when you use our website. This could occur regardless of whether you are utilizing a computer or mobile device. Third-party cookies are those placed on your device by websites, services, or parties other than ourselves. No cookies are placed on your device. On the website, third-party cookies may be used to provide advertising services or to facilitate social media. To obtain additional information, please refer to the section titled “How We Use Your Data?”

Both Google Analytics and Snowflake Analytics provide the service of analyzing the behavior of our website’s visitors and the traffic that comes to it. Website analytics is a collection of tools used to collect and analyze data on the anonymous use of websites. These tools allow to gain a deeper understanding of how users interact with our website. We are therefore able to enhance not only our website but also the services that can be accessed via it. Cookies are a tool utilized by our website’s analytics services in order to collect the necessary data. You are in no way required to grant permission for to utilize these Cookies. Despite the fact that our use of these Cookies in no way compromises the privacy or security of your use of our Site, it enables us to continually enhance our Site, thereby enhancing your overall experience.

There may be both session cookies and persistent cookies in use on this website. When you close your browser, any previously-stored session cookies are deleted from your computer. A persistent cookie will continue to be stored on your computer even after you have closed your browser. This cookie can be accessed by your browser on subsequent visits to the Services, even if your browser is closed. It is possible to remove persistent cookies from your browser.

You also have the option of enabling or disabling cookies in your internet browser, in addition to the controls that we have provided. You have a choice in this matter. The vast majority of web browsers also provide the option to disable either all cookies or only those from third-party websites. This enables you to tailor your browsing experience to your preferences. The settings of the vast majority of web browsers are configured to automatically accept cookies; however, this behavior can be changed. For more information on how to modify your cookie preferences and delete existing cookies, please consult the “help” section of your web browser or the documentation that came with your device. This will grant you access to the required documentation.

You have the ability to delete Cookies from your computer or any other device at any time; however, if you do so, it is possible that you will no longer have access to certain information that enables you to fully utilize the features of the Services. For instance, you may be unable to access our website in a more timely and efficient manner, including but not limited to login and rationalization settings. There is also the possibility that you cannot access our website at all.

It is possible that additional steps will be required to opt-out of tracking on mobile websites and applications. This is due to the fact that using mobile websites as opposed to mobile apps produces different results. You can change the settings on your mobile device or within the mobile app itself on a wide range of mobile devices to avoid receiving advertisements that are tailored to your specific areas of interest that are displayed on mobile apps. Please check your mobile device’s settings to see if any additional information has been stored. Please be aware that your decision to opt out will only have an effect on the browser and device you are using at the time you make the decision.

It is recommended that you always use the most recent version of your web browser and operating system, especially if you do not know how to configure your device’s privacy settings. In addition, if you do not know how to adjust your privacy settings, you should consult the help and instructions provided by the developer of your internet browser as well as the manufacturer of your computer or device. This is due to the fact that the developer of your internet browser and the manufacturer of your computer or device are the best resources for this topic.

Additional Data Obtained From Client-Side Internet Browsers

Your web browser may also transmit information about your devices, including your IP address and browser information, to the website. This information may, for example, include information about the browser you are using. We use the information provided by your browser or by the link you clicked to understand the page from which you were redirected to; performance cookies may be used to record this data. In order to gain an understanding of the webpage from which you were redirected, we make use of the information that was provided.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about how we use cookies or the extent to which we respect the settings you have chosen.

Configuration of Do Not Track (DNT) in Your Browser

When the Do Not Track (DNT) feature of a web browser is enabled, it will send a signal to the websites you visit, requesting that your browsing activity not be tracked by third-party ad providers, social networks, and analytics companies. This request will be sent when the Do Not Track (DNT) feature is enabled. Numerous browsers support the Do Not Track (DNT) function. This website currently disregards all requests that contain the DNT header.