Cookie Policy

When you visit a site, one or more cookies are sent to your computer. This is a small file that contains character sets and allows you to identify the browser. When you register on the site, additional cookies may be sent to your computer to prevent you from having to re-enter your username (and possibly password) the next time you visit. You can clear them at the end of your session if you're using a public computer and don't want your alias to be revealed to subsequent users of the computer (in which case you'll also need to clear your browser cache). We use cookies to improve our service by storing user preferences and tracking trends in user activity, such as searches. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can choose to refuse cookies entirely or notify you when they are sent. However, without cookies, some site features may not function properly.