Our Cookies Policy
Last updated: 19 October 2018
What's a Cookie?
Whenever you visit a website, your device downloads a number of small files called "cookies." The cookies are widely used to make online services work and operate more efficiently, and to provide the owners of the websites with information regarding the user experience and efficiency of the websites. The cookies also let the website recognise your particular device, this means it can remember your preferences, you can navigate between pages more quickly, as well as do a number of other useful things.
Cookies serve many valuable purposes but you may wish to not allow them or to limit their use. Most browsers allow you the ability to manage the cookies in a way that suits you by changing the browser’s settings. The settings of your browser should give you the ability to disallow cookies from sites on site by site basis and to disallow cookies from sites that you do not trust. Please note that disabling cookies or other tracking technologies on our websites may diminish and/or disable some of the features or whole parts of our websites, and functionality may no longer work as intended.
The reasons that we use specific cookies depends on what they can do. We use:
Essential Website Cookies
The cookies listed below can't be switched off in our system because our website can't function without them. They are usually only set in response to actions made by you such as a request for services, setting your privacy preferences or filling in forms. You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies but please remember that some parts of the site might not work without them.
Google Tag Manager
This cookie is associated with Google Tag Manager which we use to load scripts into our website pages.
Stores your current session key
All information these cookies collect is aggregated and is therefore anonymous. They allow us to measure and improve the performance of our website by tracking traffic sources and counting the number of user visits. They also show us which pages are used the most and which the least, and give us an insight into how visitors use and interact with our website. We won't know if you are visiting our website, nor be able to detect and fix any problems you may experience while browsing it, if these cookies are disabled.
Google Analytics gathers information allowing us to understand interactions with our websites and ultimately refine that experience to better serve you.
Want to opt out? Easy.
You can opt-out of each cookie category, except Essentials cookies from Cookie Preferences Center.
Have in mind, that some of the website functionality could not work properly without cookies.
How Long Do Cookies Stay on Your Device?
There are two different types of cookies in terms of the time they remain on your device, and we use them both:
1. Persistent cookies:
This type of cookie remains on your device until they expire or you delete them, either manually or automatically. Please note that the expiration period for these cookies could vary from hours to unlimited time.
2. Session cookies:
These only last for a single session. When you close your browser, they get deleted.
If you're a user based in the European Union (E.U.) you can refuse to allow cookies to be placed on your device.
If you're stuck, try consulting www.allaboutcookies.org for more information about all things cookie.
We may update our policy from time to time, in order to reflect the changes in technology, legislation, how we conduct and operate our business, or as otherwise necessary and appropriate. Whenever we make any changes we'll always notify you and post a clear notice here if this changes the way we interact with your personal information. We'll post details of even the smallest changes here in any case.
Get Your Other Cookie Questions Answered
Feel free to get in touch if you've got any questions at all about our Cookies Policy. You can reach us by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org