Use of Cookies

M/s Publishing Clinic – Cookie Policy

1.1. We use cookies that are created and stored on your computer or device through which you access our websites and courses.

1.2. Cookies are files that are stored locally on your device that hold information about your visit to the website or use of the courses.

1.3. We do not use cookies to collect any personal information or information from your computer or device. No information is passed to us from the cookies.

1.4. We only use session cookies that are created when you are logged into the secure area of the website or when you are purchasing a course. These cookies only store the session ID and are removed when you log out of your account or close the browser. No information is collected by us from these cookies.

1.5. We do not store cookies when you are viewing the non-secure pages of the website or are not logged into your account.

1.6. Persistent cookies are created when you are viewing a course to track your progress. This is to allow you to pause and resume viewing courses. No other information is stored in these cookies.

1.7. Both the above cookies are required for the site or courses to work and the absence of these would either severely impair the quality of your experience or prevent us from delivering some or all services.

1.8. It is assumed that in registering, purchasing and viewing a course and using the accounts section of the website, you are allowing us to store the cookies mentioned above without any restrictions.

1.9. If you do not wish or permit us to use the above cookies, we request you not to register or purchase courses from this website as it will not be possible for us to deliver an optimum user experience. We will not be responsible or be held liable if you proceed to login or use the website or purchase and view courses if you decline permission for the use of cookies.

1.10. We may provide links to third party websites either on our websites or in a course where information may be of benefit to you. These third party websites may store cookies on your device. It is your responsibility to read and accept the terms on the respective websites. We cannot be held responsible for cookies from third party websites.

1.11. We use Google Analytics, which is a service provided by Google, to track the browsing and usage patterns of visitors to our website. There is no personal information collected by this activity. Google Analytics uses a first-party cookie to record this information. We use this service to optimise our services and browser and provide a better and relevant service to our users. If you would like to opt out of Google Analytics, please visit

Section last updated: Monday, 19 March 2018.

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