We may obtain information about your general usage of our website and web applications by using a cookie file which is stored on your browser or the hard drive of your device. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your device's storage. They help us to improve our website and applications, and to deliver a better and more personalised service.

We also obtain information about your activities using "tracking pixels" (also known as "web beacons") which are tiny graphics files (often transparent) embedded in a web page. When the HTML code for the tracking pixel points to a site to retrieve the image, at the same time it can pass along information such as the IP address of the device that retrieved the image, the time the pixel was viewed and for how long, the type of browser that retrieved the image and previously set cookie values.

Some of the cookies and tracking pixels we use are essential for our websites and web applications to operate. If you register with us or if you continue to use our websites or web applications, you agree to our use of cookies and tracking pixels. Cookies and tracking pixels are widely used in order to make websites and web applications work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.

The information gathered about you in this way is confidential and will not be shared with third parties in a way which identifies you. 

Some of the cookies saved to your device as a result of visiting our websites or web applications are provided by third parties. These third party cookies are similarly used only to assist them in providing our services to you, and no personally identifiable information is made available to those third parties for any other use. The same applies to the use of tracking pixels by those third parties.

You can disable cookies in your web browser settings, however if you do so then we will be unable to provide you with some services through your own choice, and we accept no responsibility for the reliability, accuracy or quality of the resulting service.

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