A cookie is a small text file that websites store on Your device. Cookies are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owner of the website. Each website that You visit can store its own cookies to Your Internet browser if Your Internet browser allows it. There are different types of cookies:
Session cookies. These cookies are stored temporarily on Your device while You are visiting a website. They last only for the duration of Your visit and expire when You close Your Internet browser. Session cookies are used to support security and basic functionality of a website, for example, to remember what language You selected or Your login details so that You need not re-enter them multiple times when visiting the website.
We use session cookies, for example, to help Us to ensure security of Your use of Our service session and keep You signed in to an account (that is opened on Your or the business entity’s You represent name with Us ("Account")) while You move between pages of the Website.
There is a difference between a first party and third party cookie:
|Domain||Name of cookie||Details and purpose||More information||Session cookie or persistent cookie||A "First party" or "Third party" cookie|
|_GID||This is a functionality or analytical cookie used to distinguish You from other visitors of Our Website and to store session ID and to group the entire session's activity together for each visitor.||Permanent (24 hours)|
|_GAT||This is a functionality or analytical cookie used to throttle request rate of the Website.||Permanent (1 minute)|
|_GAC*||This is a targeting cookie which contains campaign related information for the user.||Permanent (90 days)|
Internet browser manufacturers provide help pages relating to cookie management with respect to their products. Please see below for more information: