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This page outlines how uses cookies and other similar tracking technologies, and how you can control and/or delete these cookies if you wish to do so. For general information about the data collection practises this site uses, please see's Privacy Policy.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file that can be placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. It enables the site to remember your actions and preferences over a period of time. When you visit cookies and similar tracking technologies such as tags and pixels (collectively, "cookies") may collect information from you. Cookies can be deleted at any time, and you can set your browser to prevent them from being placed in the future.

How cookies are used on this website

The cookies that may be placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit are used for the following purposes:

  • To gain insights into how and how often this site is used
  • To display personalized and non-personalized advertising
  • To enable affiliate marketing, e.g. by tracking traffic sent to other websites through affiliate links
  • To enable you to share pages you like on your favorite social media platforms and to keep track of social media shares

You can delete a cookie at any time, even if you have previously consented to the use of cookies (see details of how to manage cookies below). However, you should be aware that some of these cookies may be essential to provide visitors with services they may have requested. If you delete or block such a cookie, then the function it was designed to serve will not work.

When you visit, different types of cookies may be placed on your computer or mobile device, including:

Session cookies and permanent cookies: Session cookies are deleted when you close your browser. Permanent cookies, by contrast, are saved on your computer or mobile device for a pre-defined period of time and are not erased when you close your browser.

First-party cookies and third-party cookies: First-party cookies are set by the web server of the visited page and use the domain. Third-party cookies, by contrast, are stored by a different domain and the information collected by the cookies is controlled by the relevant third parties. The following third-parties and their partners may place cookies on your computer or mobile device when you visit

  • Google Adsense. is a participant in Google's AdSense program. Google uses advertising cookies to enable it and its partners to serve both personalized and non-personalized ads to people visiting and other sites on the Internet. To support publishers in meeting their duties under the EU ePrivacy Directive and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Google offers publishers two ad serving options for website visitors from the European Economic Area (EEA). has chosen the more restrictive option which only allows for the display of non-personalized AdSense ads to end users in the EEA. Users in other regions may see both personalized and non-personalized AdSense ads.
  • Amazon Associates. is a participant in the Amazon's affiliate program which is designed to provide a means for websites to earn advertising fees when the websites send the retailer's sites visitors who complete sales. This program uses cookies to track visits for the purpose of assigning commissions on sales.
  • ShareASale. is a participant in the ShareASale affiliate network which allows to earn advertising fees on eligible purchases. ShareASale may place a cookie on your computer or mobile device in order to perform its tracking services, which also include its reporting services. The purpose of its tracking cookies is to allocate a successful advertisement to a particular business transaction, and to perform corresponding billing services. According to the ShareASale Privacy Policy, the tracking cookies do not collect, process or use any personally identifiable information on the end user. You can view a list of ShareASale's tracking cookies at
  • 33Across. 33Across provides products and technologies that help online publishers like to gain insights into how the content they publish is consumed and shared on social media, and to drive incremental traffic. For that purpose, 33Across may place cookies on your computer or mobile device when you visit You can read more about how their technologies collect and use consumer data at
  • Social Media Sites. uses social media sharing buttons which are served by AddThis. The AddThis toolbar enables visitors to easily share articles with their friends through their social networks. More information on the type of information AddThis may collect and the cookies it uses can be found at Please also note that if you are logged into Facebook, Twitter or another social media site when you visit, the social media site may drop a cookie on your devise when you visit

How to control and/or delete cookies

You can control and/or delete cookies at any time. All popular modern browsers give users some control over cookies. For example, users can set their browsers to accept or reject all, or certain, cookies. Users can also set their browser to prompt them each time a cookie is offered. To learn how to control or delete cookies by adjusting your browser's cookie settings, visit