Privacy

Privacy

Use of Cookies

A cookie is a small piece of data that is stored on your computer. It is set by us when you visit this site and can only be accessed and used by us. Each cookie has an expiry date that determines how long the cookie lasts. Cookies do not contain any personally identifying information, however, when you register for the Service, the cookie may be combined with personal information that you have given us as a part of registration. We use cookies in several ways to improve our services. Please be aware that we only use cookies when they are absolutely necessary and always ensure that they last only for as long as they are useful.

We use cookies for the following purposes:

  • Remembering your preferences - Certain web pages provide you with the option to customise pages and/or settings within a web page. A cookie is used to store that information so that the site can remember what settings were changed the next time you return to that page.
  • Signing In - When you sign in a cookie is used so that you do not have to sign in to every page that you go to.
  • Advertisements - We use cookies to ensure that you do not have to see the same popup advertisements repeated over and over again within a short period of time.

How to disable cookies:

Below we provide information on how to disable cookies on some of the most used browsers. If you use a browser which is not featured below you should be able to access information on how to disable cookies by going to the "Help" section of that browser.

Microsoft Internet Explorer v.6 - In your browser click on "Tools" then choose "Internet options". Click on the "Privacy" tab. On the privacy tab, click on the "Advanced" button. A window will pop open where you can modify the settings that your browser uses to handle cookies. Check the box next to "Override automatic cookie handling". This will activate the options below where you can manually change the cookie handling settings.

Microsoft Internet Explorer v.5 and v.5.5 - In your browser window click on "Tools" then choose "Internet options". Click the "Security" button. A window will pop up and then you should choose "Custom level". Scroll down the list of options until you find options under the "Cookies" heading. Here you can change the settings of how your browser should handle cookies.

Netscape Navigator v.4.75 - In the browser window, click "Edit" and choose "Preferences". A window will pop open where you can modify many of the browser settings. Click on the "Advanced" option to highlight it. The advanced option screen will appear on the right where you can modify the way the browser should handle cookies

More information

If you have any questions about this privacy policy, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this Web site, please contact us.