What are cookies and how do they work?
Cookies are small text files placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Your browser sends these cookies back to the website every time you visit the site in order for the site to recognise your preferences.
Why are cookies used?
Cookies are an integral part of the internet and assist in allowing a website to recognise a particular user, thereby improving a user's experience. Cookies also allow websites to improve their service to you.
Types of cookies
|Strictly necessary and performance related cookies|
These are cookies that are needed to provide the service you require and assist in allowing you to easily browse the website. In other words they may be cookies that;
These types of cookies don't collect information about you that could be used for marketing purposes or remember where you have gone after you have left the website. Consent is not required to place these cookies.
|Merely necessary and functional cookies|
These are cookies that help improve the service that you require from the website. They allow a website to remember the choices that you make and are cookies that;
The information collected by these cookies is not used for advertising purposes. Consent is required for these cookies.
These cookies share information about your browsing habits with third parties to help make advertising more relevant to you. Consent is required for these cookies.
Determining between First and Third party cookies
First party cookies are cookies that originate from or are sent to the website you are browsing. They are for instance cookies that contain information about your preferences.
Third party cookies are cookies that originate from or are sent to a website that is not the site that you are browsing. Where a website you are browsing may be using third party advertising, the third party advertiser may use a cookie to track your browsing habits.
Managing your cookies
You can manage cookies in your internet browser settings and on our website. You may opt out of accepting cookies at any time.