Last Updated: 30 May 2023
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Our Website utilises first-party and third-party cookies, like the majority of online services, for a variety of objectives. First-party cookies do not store any of your personally identifying information but are mostly essential for the Website to work properly.
The primary purposes of the third-party cookies used on our Website are to better understand how the Website operates, how you interact with it, to keep our services secure, to deliver relevant advertisements to you, and to generally improve your user experience and speed up subsequent interactions with our Website.
- To collect statistical data, to analyse how people are using our Website. This enables us to identify any ambiguities or faults in the way our Website operates and to make the necessary corrections as soon as possible.
- For authentication (i.e. to maintain your login status between sessions). The data gathered by means of local storage is saved in your browser and is kept even after you close it.
- To evaluate the effectiveness of our marketing efforts and adjust our content as closely as possible to your demands.