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Cookies Policy

An HTTP cookie commonly referred to as “cookies” is a contained or enclosed parcel of texts that is transferred back and forth between the participating web client (browser) and the acting web server. It was originally intended to serve as a state management mechanism between the respective parties (web browser and web server) but things have now evolved and became a lot more advanced.


A cookie is one of the most efficient and best solutions for carrying out the purpose it serves, without it or other similar solutions, a web server will not be able to differentiate between users, have any idea about sequential page visits or the relationship established by a particular user or device with the website. Therefore the reasons and the basic purpose for using cookies is to distinguish between different users and to relay information from one page to another during any particular visit or session.


Basically, a web server uses cookies to gather information pertaining to the browser being used, bundled with the information requested and sent by the user. The gathered information does not however contain information about the user thus cookies do not identify people, but of the computer in relation to how it interacts with the server and the possibility to improve users experience and so forth. (Source: Google)

How we handle cookies


We may use Google Analytics which uses cookies to record user sessions. This means that we can keep track of how users interact with our website only in order to to generate reports on how our website is found and used by our visitors, knowing how often we get visited on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis which is reflected by the report generated aggregate statistics, it also helps to keep track of the duration of time, on average, a visitor spend on our site, furthermore, it helps to indicate the most commonly visited page(s).

Cookies help gather reports on the above mentioned and other general information.

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