What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that a website can place on your computer or mobile device the first time you visit a site or page. The cookie allows the website, or another website, to recognize your device the next time you visit it. Web beacons or other similar files are based on the same principle. We use the term "cookies" in this document to refer to all files that collect information in this way. There are many functions that cookies perform. For example, they may help us remember your username and preferences, analyze how our site is performing, or allow us to recommend content that we believe is more relevant to you. Some cookies contain personal information - for example, if you click on "remember me" when authenticating, your username will be stored in a cookie. Most cookies do not collect information that identifies you, instead they will collect more general information such as how users arrived at our site, how they use it, or a user's general location.
What type of cookies does this site use?
Can a user of our site block cookies?
Cookies help you get the most out of our websites. If you disable cookies, some parts of our website may not work. For example, you may have difficulty logging in or viewing pages on the site.
How to enable or disable cookies on your browser Google Chrome
Click on the wrench icon on the browser bar Select "Settings" Click on "Show advanced settings" In the "Privacy" section, click on the "Content settings" button To enable cookies, in the "Cookies" section, select "Allow saving data locally". This will enable both first-party and third-party cookies. To enable only first-party cookies, instead, activate the item "Block third-party cookies and site data". To disable cookies completely, select "Block sites from setting any data" Note that there are different levels of enabling cookies in Chrome. For more information on setting cookies on Chrome, refer to the following page from Goolge