A cookie is a very small text document, which often includes an anonymous unique
identifier. When you visit a Web site, that site's computer asks your computer for permission to store this file in
a part of your hard drive specifically designated for cookies. Each Web site can send its own cookie to your
browser if your browser's preferences allow it, but (to protect your privacy) your browser only permits a Web site
to access the cookies it has already sent to you, not the cookies sent to you by other sites. Browsers are usually
set to accept cookies. However, if you would prefer not to receive cookies, you may alter the configuration of your
site will not function as effectively when viewed by the users.A cookie cannot retrieve
any other data from your hard drive or pass on computer viruses.
How Do We Use
Information We Collect from Cookies?
for security. Cookies, in conjunction with our Web server's log files, allow us to calculate the aggregate number
of people visiting our Web site and which parts of the site are most popular. This helps us gather feedback to
constantly improve our Web site and better serve our clients. Cookies do not allow us to gather any personal
information about you and we do not intentionally store any personal information that your browser provided to us
in your cookies.
IP addresses are used by your computer every time you are connected to the Internet.
Your IP address is a number that is used by computers on the network to identify your computer. IP addresses are
automatically collected by our web server as part of demographic and profile data known as traffic data so that
data (such as the Web pages you request) can be sent to you.
Sharing and Selling
We do not share, sell, lend or lease any of the information that
uniquely identify a subscriber (such as email addresses or personal details) with anyone except to the extent it is
necessary to process transactions or provide services that you have requested.