What are cookies?
Cookies are tiny text files recorded by your browser onto your computer for the websites you are visiting. They act as a memory, where sites can store information about your visit in order to use it when you open the next page. Every site can only set or read their own cookies, and only when your browser allows it. Usually, browsers are set by default to allow cookies.
Cookies set by this site
When your browser requests a page from this site, our web server generates your user ID and records it into two cookies. User session management is essential for this site to operate properly, as it allows us to differentiate page requests made by your browser from page requests made by others, thus making your user session safe and secure. User ID can only identify your browser rather than you as an exact person.
3rd party cookies
When you open pages on this site, your browser may also record some cookies by other services:
Google Ads may set a cookie to record your ad preferences so they could serve more relevant ads and provide a better user experience. To receive more information or to opt out of Google Ads cookies please visit Google Ads settings page.
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As cookies are essential for provision of high quality service by this site, we are asking users to enable cookies and to provide their consent for us to use them before they register or log in, or start using any service provided. You can block or delete existing cookies through your web browser settings, but this will restrict the functions that you are able to carry out on this site.