Cookies Usage Disclaimer
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files of letters and numbers that are saved on your computer with your consent. These cookies help us to differentiate you from other users and provide a better visiting experience. They can’t be used to run programs or inject viruses into your system. There are two common types of cookies – ‘persistent cookies’ and ‘session cookies.’ Persistent cookies stay in your browser’s subfolder for a longer duration of time, or until they are manually deleted. Session cookies are temporary cookie files that are deleted once you leave the website or close your browser.
Types of Cookies we use
- Website Cookies
These cookies contain data about the date of your last visit to our website and are used for statistics. These files are deleted based on your browser settings.
- Internet Advertising
We display ads to you on Google-owned and operated websites and affiliated websites based on your interests. Such interest-based ads are also known as personalised or targeted ads.
- Third-party Cookies
- Google Analytics
Like most websites, we also use Google Analytics to track user interaction. We use such information to determine the number of users, to better understand how they like and use our web pages.
- Google Tag Manager
We constantly try to improve the visitor experience on our website by providing the users more personalized and targeted offerings. For that purpose, we use Google Tag Manager.
- Facebook Pixels Ads
This website uses a third-party cookie – Facebook Pixel to track user interaction. This aids us in creating Facebook Custom Audiences to present advertisements to our website visitors on Facebook.
You can adjust the settings of your browser to not store cookies. Some browsers will allow you to adjust settings for certain websites only. However, that can also be disabled.
How can I delete cookies?
The cookies can be deleted by visiting the settings of your browser and following the path given there. The assistance can be found either within the browser settings or on the browsers’ web pages.