This page contains information on what cookies are, how cookies are used by this website, how to switch cookies off in your browser and some useful links where you can read more about the subject.
Cookies are small data files which are placed on your computer/mobile device (such as your smart phone or tablet) as you browse the web. Websites are able to read and write these files, allowing them to store information such as user preferences (e.g. language). Cookies provide a “memory” for a website and are necessary to ensure effective operation and improved user experiences.
Please read on for more details regarding the types of cookies that we use, as well as how to disable cookies and further resources about cookies.
Visiting pages in this website may generate the following cookies:
Website Experience Cookies (Functionality & Advertising Cookies):
We have two cookies of this nature which are in place to help to improve our customers’ experiences of our website; these are commonly known as persistent cookies. The cookies that we currently have are:
Anonymous Analytics Cookies (Performance Cookies):
Each time that a user visits our website, third party web analytics software generates an anonymous analytics cookie. These cookies can tell us a range of insightful information such as whether a visitor has been to our site before, and which pages on our site are most popular with visitors. These cookies are used purely for statistical purposes – we do not use these at all to identify individuals.
This depends on which cookies you chose to disable. In the case of this website, it may affect the usability, but should not stop you from using the website.
If you would like to disable cookies you will need to change your website browser setting to reject cookies. This process is different depending on which browser that you use. Please read on for instructions of how to disable cookies in the most popular browsers. We have also linked to the browser help pages for further information.
Please visit the following links to learn more about cookies and how they are used:
The IAB has provided the following website to give information specifically about privacy issues around Internet advertising: