What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small pieces of text in files that are stored on your computer. They enable us to access information regarding your site preferences, location, language, so our website can offer a better user experience. Some cookies are essential, and others optional.
Cookies do not give us any of your personal information. We cannot identify you from cookies, or gain access to your computer through them. They tell us how you use the site and the notifications you've already seen so we don't display them again.
Some parts of our and other websites may not work if you disable cookies. If you still wish to do so, you can block all cookies or particular ones only in your browser settings, and you can also have your browser notify you each time a cookie request is received.
We use Google Analytics to improve the website and provide us with anonymous information regarding how users reach our website, which pages they view and for how long. The cookies we use on our website are listed below and more information can be found here.
_utma (lets us know if you are a repeat visitor; expires after 2 years)
_utmb (calculates the length of time on website; expires after 30 minutes)
_utmc (calculates when you exit website; expires when you close your browser)
_utmz (tells us how you reached our website; expires after 6 months)