Cookies and internet tags
In order to access and use this Website, you must have positively accepted to receive cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or other web accessing devices by our Websites. These cookies allow us to distinguish you from other users of our Website, which helps us to provide you with an enhanced experience when you browse our Website and also allows us to improve our Website.
The types of cookies we use and why we use them
(a) Direct you to the relevant sections on the Website.
(b) Make sure the Website delivers a consistent look across different browsers and devices.
(c) Remember your log-in details, if you are a registered user.
(d) Ensure you are secure when logged in.
(e) Enable complex areas of the Website to function.
(f) Track anonymised aggregate statistics about visits to the site to help us improve site performance.
In doing this, we may install cookies that collect the domain name of the user, the internet service provider, the operating system, and the date and time of access.
The table below explains the generic types of cookies we use and their purpose. We only use first party cookies.
|First party cookies||Cookies set by the website being visited by the user (the website displayed in the URL window).|
|Session cookies||Cookies that expire at the end of a browser session (starting with the time when a user opens the browser window, and finishing when the user exists the browser).|
Cookies that “persist” in the device after the end of a browser session and therefore can allow the preferences or actions of the user to be remembered when the site is revisited.
Our third-party partners, hosting service provider and/or the web-analytical service partner may collect data about your use of this Website because of these anonymised internet tags/cookies, and may compose reports regarding the Website’s activity for us and may provide further services which are related to the use of the Website and the internet. They may provide such information to other parties if there is a legal requirement that they do so, or if they hire other parties to process information on their behalf.
Using your browser settings to control and delete cookies
Most web browsers allow control of most cookies through the browser settings. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, this will enable you to decide if you want to accept it or not. However, if you do not accept you may not be able to use all functionality of your browser software.
To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage or delete them, visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org