Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or other Internet-enabled devices by our server when you visit our website, allowing us to enhance your user experience and improve the overall performance of our website. Only our server is able to retrieve and read the contents of the cookies we place on your system. Most Internet browsers will accept cookies automatically although, if you prefer, you can modify these settings or completely opt out of receiving cookies. However, it is worth noting that opting out of receiving cookies will not allow you to take full advantage of our website.
Types of cookie we use
To help us improve the performance of our site, we use Google Analytics which sets four cookies on your system. To know more about this you can read an overview of privacy at Google. These cookies allow us to observe how visitors use our site so that we can create reports and see what areas of our site are most popular. These cookies collect data in an anonymous form, including what pages you visit and where on the Internet you accessed our website from (Google search engine or a social media network for example). If you would rather not receive these analytics cookies, read how to opt out of Google Analytics across all websites.
When you access our website, you will be issued a session ID through a cookie called ASP.NET_SessionId. This cookie is used by ASP.NET and stores a random unique identifier for your session, and the data this cookie collects cannot identify you personally. When you have finished using our website and close your browser, the session will end, the cookie will be deleted, and the next time you access our website, a new session ID cookie will be issued.