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- Ensure the site works as well as possible and is continually improving
- Remember your settings in-between visits, such as login details
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- Make our marketing more efficient.
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- Collect personal or sensitive information without your permission
- Pass any personal or sensitive information to 3rd parties without your permission.
The cookies used this website:
Website Interaction Cookies
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3rd Party Cookies
The majority of websites use third party cookies. A good example is YouTube or Vimeo videos. Disabling these cookies will mean that the functionality may be affected, for example the YouTube video may not play anymore.
Social Network Cookies
Content on our site can be shared with sites like Facebook, Google Plus and Twitter. The privacy here is determined by the privacy settings you have chosen in your Social Network accounts.
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Also, opting-out of these cookies will not mean adverts will no longer appear on the sites you visit, it just means that they won’t be tailored to you anymore.
Sometimes after visiting a site you may see adverts for products for that site on other websites. This is because a remarketing cookie was placed on your browser during your visit. Adverts are placed by online advertisers to encourage you to come back to the original website. To find out more our opt out please visit this site YourOnlineChoices.
Turning Cookies Off
You should be able to switch cookies off by changing your Internet Browser settings, please see allaboutcookies.org for more information about blocking cookies on your particular web browser. Please be aware that doing this will limit your Internet experience making it hard for websites to offer a personalised experience. It will also limit the functionality of our website and the other websites you visit.
If you have concerns about privacy and so called ‘spyware’, we would advise that instead of switching off cookies in your Internet Browser you can use anti-spyware software. This software will only delete the cookies which can be considered invasive.