Cookies (also referred to as “cookies)) are small text files that are stored on your device or network server by browsers by websites you visit. Cookies are generated by servers associated with the website you are visiting. This way, the next time you visit a website, the server will understand it. However, cookies do not include personal data about visitors, such as name, gender, address, and so on.
For more information on cookies, visit www.aboutcookies.org and www.allaboutcookies.org.
We can categorize cookies into three headings in terms of purpose, person and duration;
At IMC, we value the ability of IMC Website users to manage their preferences over their personal data. Unfortunately, preference management for some cookies for the operation of the IMC Website is unfortunately not possible. On the other hand, we want to note that turning off some cookies means turning off some of the functionality of the IMC Website.
If the browser on which you are viewing the IMC Website offers you this option, you will be able to customize your preferences for cookies by changing your browser settings. Although it may vary depending on the browser you use, you will generally have the ability to (i) prevent data owners from using cookies, (ii) choose to receive alerts before the cookie is used, or (iii) disable or delete certain Cookies. However, you may need to make your preferences for cookies separately on each device on which you access the IMC Website.