Axora Cookies Policy

Updated July 2023


This Cookies Policy (“Cookies Policy”) describes the different types of cookies and similar technologies that are used on (the “Site”) or any other related blogs or websites directly owned by Axora Limited (the “Company,” “we,” or “us”). We may change this Cookies Policy at any time. Please take a look at the “Last revised” legend at the top of this page to see when this Cookies Policy was last revised. Any changes in this Cookies Policy will become effective when we make the revised Cookies Policy available on or through the Site. If you have any questions, please contact us by email at

Cookies are a standard feature of websites that allow us to store small amounts of data on your computer about your visit to the Site. Cookies help us learn which areas of the Site are useful and which areas need improvement. For this purpose, we may also use technologies similar to cookies, such as Flash Local Shared Objects (also known as Flash cookies) or pixel tags. You can choose whether to accept the use of cookies and similar technologies in general by changing the settings on your browser, or by changing specific settings for the Site (as set out in Section 3 of this Cookies Policy). However, if you disable cookies and similar technologies, your experience on the Site may be diminished and some features may not work as intended.

Below we list the different types of cookies and similar technologies that are used, or may be used, on the Site. To the extent any personal information is collected through cookies, our Privacy Policy applies [] and complements this Cookies Policy.

Essential Cookies. Essential cookies enable you to navigate the Site and to use its services and features. They include, for example, cookies that enable you to log in to secure areas of the Site. Without these absolutely necessary cookies, the Site will not perform as smoothly for you as we would like it to and we may not be able to provide the Site or certain services or features. The following are examples of cookies that we define as ‘Essential’:

- None currently used

Preference Cookies. Preference cookies collect information about your choices and preferences, and allow us to remember language or other local settings and customise the Site accordingly. The following are examples of cookies that we define as ‘Preference Cookies’:

- Name: CookieFirst
- Provider: CookieFirst
- Purpose: To manage user preferences relating to site cookies
Expiry: 1 year

Statistics Cookies. Statistics cookies collect information about your use of the Site and enable us to improve the way it works. For example, analytics cookies show us which are the most frequently visited pages on the Site, help us record any difficulties you have with the Site, and show us whether our advertising is effective or not. This allows us to see the overall patterns of usage on the Site, rather than the usage of a single person. The following are examples of cookies that we define as ‘Statistics Cookies’:

- Name: Google Analytics
- Provider: Google
- Purpose: Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how a visitor engages with the website, including data on traffic, time spent on the site, location of users and what they click on while on the website.
- Expiry: 2 years

Advertising and Social Media Cookies. Advertising cookies are set to display targeted promotions or advertisements based upon your interests on the Site or to manage our advertising. These cookies collect information about your activities on this Site and other sites, including social media sites, to provide you with targeted advertising. Social media cookies collect information about social media usage.

- None used

Browser or Device Information. Certain information is collected by most browsers or automatically through your device, such as your Media Access Control (MAC) address, computer type (Windows or Mac), screen resolution, operating system name and version, device manufacturer and model, language, Internet browser type and version, and the name and version of the Site you are using. We use this information to ensure that the Site functions properly.

Other Information” is any information that does not reveal your specific identity or does not directly relate to an identifiable individual. Some of the services that we offer collect other Information such as:
- Browser and device information collected through cookies, pixel tags and other technologies (as described in section 3 of this cookie policy)
- Demographic information and other information provided by you that does not reveal your specific identity,
- Information that has been aggregated in a manner such that it no longer reveals your specific identity.

We may use and disclose Other Information for any purpose, except where we are required to do otherwise under applicable law. If we are required to treat Other Information as is information that identifies you as an individual or relates to an identifiable individual under applicable law, we may use and disclose it for the purposes for which we use and disclose personal information as detailed in this Cookies Policy. In some instances, we may combine Other Information with personal information. If we do, we will treat the combined information as personal information as long as it is combined.

You can see all the cookies we use, and can change your settings for cookies and similar technologies here on this page addition to the options provided above, you can refuse or accept cookies from the Site at any time by activating the settings on your browser. Information about the procedure to follow in order to enable or disable cookies can be found on your Internet browser provider’s website via your help screen.
Please refer to for information on commonly used browsers. Please be aware that if cookies are disabled, not all features of the Site may operate as intended.

Certain cookie providers have their own pages where you can find out more about specific cookies and/or opt-out of certain practices:
Google – you can learn about Google’s practices by going to, and opt out of them by downloading the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on, available at
Linkedin – you can control the use of your personal data for advertising purposes by the LinkedIn insight tag through your insight tags.
Facebook – you can object to the collection of your data by Facebook, or to the use of your data for the purposes of displaying Facebook advertisements by going to the following address:

If you want to clear all cookies left behind by the websites you have visited, here are links where you can download three programs that clean out tracking cookies: