WHAT ARE COOKIES AND WHY WE USE THEM?
A cookie is a piece of information, like a tag, that is stored on your computer, tablet or phone when you visit our website. It can help identify the device you use whenever you visit us. Cookies are used to provide you with a better experience when you visit our website, including remembering your preferences. Cookies also help us understand how visitors use our site, for example, what pages they view and for how long, which supports us to create a better site for everyone to browse through.
To make the best use of our website, on whichever device you use, you will need to make sure that your web browser is set to accept cookies.
WHAT COOKIES ARE THERE?
There are two types of cookies:
Session cookies are temporary; they start working once a visitor begins using our website and are deleted once the visitor’s browser is closed.
Persistent cookies will remain on a visitor’s device until the time set for the cookie to expire passes or the cookie is purposely deleted. These types of cookies are activated each time a visitor returns to our website and fall into four categories:
STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES
These cookies are required for a visitor to use our website, for example to navigate and to use the features we have made available. Such cookies neither collect information about you and cannot be used to identify you nor are they used for marketing purposes.
These types of cookies assist us to understand how visitors use our website. They do not contain or collect any personal information and are only used to help us improve the visitor experience on our website.
Functionality cookies enable visitors to customise how a website operates for them. Functionality cookies can remember and auto insert like a user name and the visitor’s website language preference.
FIRST AND THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
Such cookies allow websites to deliver relevant advertisements to you. First party cookies in basic terms are cookies set by a website visited by the user, thus a website displayed in your browser window. Third party cookies are cookies that are set by a domain other than the one being visited by the user. If a user visits a website and a separate company sets a cookie through that website this would be a third-party cookie.
WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE?
Analytics and tracking
HOW YOU CAN MANAGE YOUR COOKIES
If you prefer to manage cookies actively, using your browser settings these links will provide you with the necessary information:
LINKS TO OTHER WEBSITES
Our website contains links to other external resources and websites that we believe to be useful to you. These are managed by third parties using different cookie and privacy policies. Should you click on one of these links you will be leaving the Internel website for a site over which we have no control.