This page was last revised on 02 January 2015.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files placed on your computer to help analyse the use of our website. Cookies can only remember preferences and interests based on visit and click behaviour. For example, it allows us to monitor how many visitors visit a specific web page, so Synergo can find out which sections of its website are popular.
The information generated by the cookie about your use of our website may be transferred to Synergo's or third-party secure servers. We use this information to record how you use the website, to make reports about the website activity for website operators and to offer other services in relation to website activity and internet use.
If you disable these cookies, you will not always be able to use all the features of the Synergo websites. It may cause the experience on the website to be disappointing or you may see certain sections more often.
Deleting and refusing cookies
Most browsers are set to accept cookies by default, but you can reset your browser to remove previously placed cookies, to refuse new cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. How to do this is different on each browser. Consult the help function of your browser, if necessary.
Disabling cookies only affects the computer and browser on which you perform this action. If you use several computers and/or browsers, you must repeat this procedure as often as necessary. However, it is possible that some features and services, on our and other websites may not function properly if cookies are disabled in your browser.