A cookie is a file containing information about a user's visits and preferences on a particular website. From a technical perspective, a cookie is created by a website visited and automatically stored in the user's browser.
Some cookies on our site are provided by third-parties. Third-party cookies provide extra functionality and help us monitor how our website is used. An example of a third-party is Google and its Google Analytics service.
What about your privacy?
Our cookies do not contain individually identifiable information.
Authorize or block cookies?
Most internet browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can configure your browser to authorize or block cookies. How to do this depends on which browser you are using. Please refer to the website for your browser. Below are links to some of the most common web browsers and how to manage cookies.
Third Party Software
Campaign Monitor, a third party, is used to maintain a list of email addresses for users who request our newsletter. More information about Campaign Monitor's policies can be found here.