Cookies are small files sent by an internet server to an internet browser that allow the server to uniquely identify your browser for each browsing page.
Cookies are essential for you to move around the Application, browse the website and use its features. Without these cookies, it is impossible to provide the services you have requested, such as storing your login details or items placed in your shopping basket.
Here are some examples for configuring and/or deleting cookies from your browsers:
⇨ If you use the Internet Explorer browser
- In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, then click Internet Options.
- On the General tab, under Browsing History, click Settings or Privacy.
- Click the View Files button.
- Click the Name column header to sort all files alphabetically, then scroll through the list until you see files that start with the Cookie prefix. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie.)
- Select Cookies and delete them.
- Close the window containing the file list and click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer.
⇨ If you use Mozilla Firefox browser
- Go to the browser’s Tools tab and select the Options menu.
- In the window that appears, choose Privacy and click Show cookies.
- Select the cookie files you want to delete and delete them.
⇨ If you use the Safari browser
- In your browser, choose Edit Preferences menu.
- Click Security.
- Click Show Cookies. Select Cookies and click Delete or Delete All.
- After deleting cookies, click Done.
⇨ If you use the Google Chrome browser
- Click on the Tools menu icon. Select Options.
- Click on the Advanced Options tab and go to the Privacy section.
- Click the Show Cookies button.
- Locate the files you want to delete.
- Select them and delete them.
- Click Close to return to your browser.
Please note that by removing our cookies (or by prohibiting the installation of future cookies) you may no longer have access to certain areas or features of the Application and/or the Website.
Certain sections of our application and website, as well as emails we send, may contain digital images called web tags (sometimes also known as Clear Gif) that allow us to count users who have visited our website and/or our application or read our emails.
Web tags can provide certain types of information found on the user’s terminal, such as the time and date the page was visited or the description of the page on which the web tag is located.
It is also possible for web tags to be deposited by third party advertisers.
These tags do not transmit personally identifiable information and are only used to measure the effectiveness of a particular advertising campaign.