A cookie is a small file that requests consent to be placed on the hard disc of your computer. Once you accept, the file is uploaded, and the cookie aids in online traffic analysis or notifies you when you visit a specific site. Cookies enable online programmes to respond to you as a unique user. By acquiring and retaining information about your preferences, the web application can customise its operations to your requirements, likes, and dislikes.
To help us analyse how our site is used, we utilise a third-party product called "Google Analytics," which is a web analytics tool offered by Google, Inc. ("Google"). The information gathered is anonymous and consists of statistical data about users' surfing habits and behaviours. It is used to create site web statistics and to guide website upgrades. When you use Google Analytics, Google may transmit and store information about your use of our site, such as your IP address, operating system, and browser type. This information will be governed by Google's Privacy Policies. See Google's Privacy Policies for more information.
Essentially, cookies assist us in providing a better website by allowing us to track which pages you find beneficial and which you do not. A cookie provides us no access to your computer or any information about you other than the information you choose to share with us.