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What are cookies
This document describes what information they collect, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. We will also share how you can prevent the storage of these cookies, but doing so may degrade or “break” some elements of the functionality of the site.
The types of cookies used on this Site can be classified into one of the following three categories:
- Strictly Necessary Cookies: These are essential for you to use certain features of the website, such as submitting forms on the website.
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Third party cookies
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Use of IP addresses
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Hope the above information has clarified things for you. As mentioned earlier, if you are not sure whether you want to allow cookies or not, it is generally safer to leave cookies enabled in case they interact with any of the features you use on our site. However, if you are still looking for more information, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at [email protected]