This cookies policy can change at any point of time, so kindly inspect it on consistent basis. If the data in this policy is out of date or contains typographical errors, we cannot be held accountable.
If you want to discuss anything with us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file consisting of numbers and letters that is stored by a website on your computer or mobile device to hold particular pieces of data. Cookies usually include an anonymous unique identifier which means that data which it holds can be differentiated as appearing from a different place to other data, without disclosing your personal details. A website asks permission when you visit it, to store a cookie in the cookies section of your hard drive.
Cookies are used in a wide range on the web to make websites work in more efficient way, or also to offer data to the site owner or other third parties related to your usage of the site. Like for say, if you put items to a shopping cart, a cookie enable the site to recall the items that you’re buying. Similarly, if you login to a site, a cookie might identify you later on, and thus you don’t need to put your password again.
Please beware of restricting cookies as they might have an effect on the functionality of our website.
Types of cookies
Some cookies, called as “session cookies”, are saved only for the interval during which you visit to a specific site. “Persistent cookies” are somehow different and can be stored for the longer time in the cookie file of your browser as per the lifespan of the particular cookie.
How we employ cookies?
A third-party cookie is treated as one that is linked with a different website or domain other than the one you visit. Like for say, on this website, we use third-party cookies by Google to permit website analytics, but this makes their cookies “third-party” cookies as our site does not exist on the Google domain.
The Google Analytics cookie will identify and calculate the number of people who visit our site, and also provide other info like for how long visitors stay, where they move to on our website, and what pages get the maximum visits. We cannot manage straightly how Google cookies act, and the data which they fetch is sent not to our site, but to a Google Analytics account. This is the reason, why they are called as third-party: the info related to this website is transmitted to another website.
It is our concern to assure that you have access to the below information while using Google Analytics cookies:
Google Analytics does not save any personal details about any of the site users. They provide a comprehensive review of their Analytics data privacy and security commitments in Google Support.
Cookies can allow advertising to be more effective and help to reach our potential audience and perceive how good our campaigns are running. Cookies can also prohibit you to see the same ad on consistent basis, thus help to improve your browsing experience.
Few cookies, called as “remarketing” cookies, help to track your website visit and via ads, remind you that you’ve already visited it. We do not use these cookies currently.