1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers which we serve on your computer when you visit our Website. Once downloaded to your computer, it shall be able to retain information shared by you or culled from your activities on our Website. Cookies do not contain information that personally identifies you, but we could connect personal data we have collected about you with the information stored on cookies. Hence, we recognize you as a previous visitor when you revisit us and offer you relevant webpage content based on the information obtained from our cookies.
2. What are the types of cookies which we use?
The cookies we use on this Website include those which are essential for you to access or navigate through our pages (strictly necessary cookies), those which track how you use our Website (performance cookies), and those which remember your preferences (functionality cookies).
3. How do we use cookie-collected data?
Information obtained from our cookies are limited. No websites/browsers can access and make use of this information other than us. We may use this information, as follows:
3.1 to recognize your computer whenever you visit our Website;
3.2 to remember your usernames, email addresses, and passwords whenever you log in to our Members’ Section;
3.3 to track your usage of our website;
3.4 to improve our Website’s technical performance;
3.5 to determine how much visits we have on our Website;
3.6 to administer our Website;
4. How to manage our cookies?
You can refuse the use of our cookies by adjusting the settings of your browser. You may also clear cookies which have already been stored on your computer. Please refer to this page https://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/clear-cookies-installed.html for assistance on how to delete cookies in five major browsers: the Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Internet Explorer. Please note that without our cookies, it is likely that you would not be able to navigate our Website quickly and easily.
5. What other tracking technology do we use?
6. What are our existing external links?
6.1 Social Media
6.1.2 These platforms may register your data each time you visit our Website on their sites. We do not store these data ourselves, but we can access them while we still exist in their sites. We are considered a joint controller with either platform only to the extent of data which we have access or control.
6.1.3 You may delete your comments, reactions, or any data appearing on our pages on these platforms. Until then, these data remain, even after you have stopped following us.
6.2.1 We may occasionally have links to other third-party websites. Clicking on these links will direct you to these websites. Each may have its own cookies of which we have no control.
7. Other important information
Please refer to the following links for some useful information about -
7.1 Cookies: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
7.2 Behavioral Advertising and online privacy: http://www.youronlinechoices.eu">