1. We may collect data using cookies or similar technologies. As a part of our online and mobile services, we use technologies that enable us to collect data and improve the experience of our users. These technologies, which also include cookies, are collectively referred to as “cookies.”
2. Cookies are small text files stored on your device (e.g. computer or phone) and are commonly used to improve the performance and efficiency of websites and online services. This is because web pages and services can access and store these files, allowing them to identify your device and remember important data that enables you to use them more conveniently (e.g. remember your web page settings).
3. We may use the following types of cookies on our website:
b. Cookies that are designed to improve performance often include analytical files and they collect information about your use of our site and allow us to improve their performance, e.g. these cookies show you the most frequently visited parts of our site. We also use these cookies to help you navigate our website and return to the pages you have visited.
c. In certain situations, we may use functional cookies that allow us to remember the choices you make when using our website and to provide you with improved, more personalised features such as customising the website.