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Currently two types of cookies are being used on this web site. However, cookies can be changed at any time by updating this publication. Please check the “Latest update” section on the upper part of this publication.
Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain in your browser’s cookies file until you leave the site.
We use session cookies for:
- Passing information through the pages on our web site and maintaining your preferred language during the entire session. This cookie will be started every time that you confirm your age on our web site.
Persistent cookies remain in your browser’s cookie folder even after the browser is closed. The amount of time that a cookie remains depends on its life cycle.
We use persistent cookies for:
- Helping us recognise that you have already confirmed your age on our web site. The cookie lasts for two hours and allows you to access the web site again without having to confirm your age each time. After two hours, you will be asked to confirm your age again in order to access the web site.
- Tracking the number of entries in a contest/raffle/drawing. If a contest/raffle/drawing only allows one entry per day, a cookie may be used to prevent multiple entries. This type of cookie is used only if you enter a contest/raffle/drawing.
- Generating anonymous and aggregate statistics on web site visitors through Google Analytics. These statistics help us understand how users navigate through our site and help us improve the structure of our web site. These statistics include, for example, the most and least popular pages, the amount of time that visitors spend on the site, and the percentage of visitors who leave the site before entering in their date of birth. These cookies expire two days after you leave the web site. Google offers instructions on how not to be included in the Google Analytics tracking on all web sites at http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Remember that most browsers are initially set to accept cookies. However, you may disable cookies if you wish, usually by changing the settings on your web browser. It is also possible to change your settings to enable specific cookies to be accepted. Check your browser’s help section. If cookies are disabled, you cannot access our web site.
To get more information on cookies and how to disable them, go to www.allaboutcookies.org.