What are cookies?
Cookies are small files generated by the website and stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit any of the pages of the website.
Cookies help the website to recognize your device the next time you visit. This in turn serves many functions such as analyzing the performance of the website in regards to the platforms the visitor uses. Based on the results appropriate actions are taken to improve user experience and website functionality.
Use of third-party software
Metrics software is also in use to collect data and generate statistics.
Types of cookies used by this website
1. Essential cookies?
Essential cookies enable you to navigate our website.
2. Performance Cookies?
Performance cookies allow the collection of information about how you use the website and which pages are visited most often. The information recorded on these cookies is aggregated and anonymous. By using The Cyprus Institute’s website you agree that we may store these cookies on your computer or mobile device unless you have taken actions to disable them which you have every right to but it is your responsibility and out of our control.
3. Functionality Cookies
Functionality cookies are helping our website remember your personal choices such as font size, zoom amount, commenting on website items (where applicable) and other fields you may have filled. By using The Cyprus Institute’s website you agree that we may store these cookies on your computer or mobile device unless you have taken actions to disable them which you have every right to but it is your responsibility and out of our control.
Can a website user block or turn off cookies?
Yes, it is your right to block cookies by customizing the settings of your browser/device or by using third party software of your choice.
You can also opt out of Google Analytics by following this link.