Cookie Policy

What are cookies & how we use them

Cookie Policy

Like many other websites, we use cookies. We use them to help you personalise your online experience. A cookie is a text file that is placed on your hard disk by a web page server which allows the website to recognise you when you visit. Cookies only collect data about browsing actions and patterns, and do not identify you as an individual. We use cookies for the following purpose:

  • Authentication, personalisation and security: cookies help us verify your account and device and determine when you log in, so we can make it easier for you to access the services and provide the appropriate experiences and features. We also use cookies to help prevent fraudulent use of login credentials.
  • Performance and analytics: cookies help us analyse how the services are being accessed and used, and enable us to track the performance of the services. For example, we use cookies to determine if you viewed a page or opened an email. This helps us provide you with information that you find interesting. We also use cookies to provide insights regarding your End Users and your sites’ performance, such as page views, conversion rates, device information, visitor IP addresses, and referral sites.
  • Third Parties: Third Party services may use cookies to help you sign into their services from our services. We also may use third-party cookies, such as Google Analytics, to assist with analysing performance. Any third party cookie usage is governed by the privacy policy of the third party placing the cookie.
  • Opting Out: You can set your browser to not accept cookies, but this may limit your ability to use the services.
  • Our Site may contain links to other websites. Please note that we have no control over how your data is collected, stored, or used by other websites and we advise you to check the privacy policies of any such websites before providing any data to them.

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A cookie is a small file browsers use to store information about a user’s interaction with a site. They’ll typically be used to persistently store various types of session data.


A session is kind of like a digital ID card; each time when you visit a website you’ll be assigned one for the duration of your visit and it will be used to identify you during your time on the site. Sessions are unique to users.


There are many valid reasons for using a combination of sessions and cookies to track user behavior and store information. Here are some common scenarios:

When you add items to your shopping cart on an e-commerce site, the website stores that information so that your cart is updated as you keep shopping and move from page to page.

Cookies also store information used to authenticate a user on a particular website. A user’s login information is saved and reloaded when the user returns to the site. This way you no longer have to remember your usernames and passwords for every site you sign up on.

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