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Please find a list of the cookies below:

Necessary cookies:

Cookie name

Cookie Description

Default expiration time


These are backend specific cookies. They are only seen by site administrators accessing the back end of the website. They are used in maintaining the session state of the logged in user.



Used when user accepts cookie policy

1 year


Performance/Analytic cookies:

Cookie name

Cookie Description

Default expiration time


Used by Google to distinguish unique users

2 years


Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.

1 day


Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate

1 day