- What are cookies?
Cookies are text files placed on your computer that are used to store detailed log information of internet usage, or website visiting behaviors. You can learn more details of Cookies at allaboutcookies.org
- To study the behavior of your website usage to further improve the ease of use, the speed of use , and more efficiency.
- To understand your usage patterns on the website, usage history of the website, and the information or services of your interest to analyze and develop the appropriate service of displaying content.
- The type of Cookies the Company uses
The Company uses the following Cookies for the Company’s website;
This type of Cookies supports the Company to record the number of visitors on the website, as well as helping the Company to understand the visitor’s behavior. To help the Company improve the Company’s website by collecting and reporting your usage details and help the Company to understand the user’s interest. The information is collected anonymously.
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4. Managing cookies
You can manage cookies through changing your cookies settings by accepting, rejecting or deleting cookies that are set on the Company’s Website. You can do so by selecting your cookies settings or your browser settings to, e.g., prohibit the installation of cookies on your device by disabling such cookies. However, setting such cookies may affect the efficiency of the Company’s Website since you may not be able to use some parts of the Website or the Company may not be able to collect information about your personal settings. In addition, it may affect the display of the Company’s Website. This may prevent the results from being displayed properly. (more information may be studied from AboutCookies.org)