Last updated September 25, 2021
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that include a unique identifier sent by web servers to the browser of your computer or mobile phone when you visit an online site. Cookies and similar technologies allow websites work efficiently, collect information about preferences etc., for simplicity we refer all these technologies as "cookies". For example some pages on our website may contain electronic images known as Web beacons (also called clear gifs tags pixels) which count users who have visited those pages in order keep track how many people view them so they can improve what content works best with each audience group; this helps us make sure everything is relevant based off visitor behavior patterns
We use a few essential cookies on our website. These enable you to move around and allow us to remember who you are, so that we can provide the service of your choosing such as remembering sign-in details for certain areas or features in this site like account settings etc., if needed with future visits!
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Performance cookies collect information on how users use our websites to help us improve areas such as navigation and fix technical issues or errors. For example, we use these insights gained from your visit in order highlight content that may be of interest for you which could lead into the conversion process.
The functionality cookies are essential for our website's customisation. They allow us to remember what a user has chosen on the site, their language preferences and other parts of it that might need updating as well so we can keep you coming back again! The information stored in these special files cannot be tracked by anyone else but yourself which means this personalised experience will never go away. Interested in learning more about cookies on our site. You can get all the information and answers by contacting email@example.com or just type "cookies" into your browser's search bar to get started on that journey today. Or at www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.eu.
How do I refuse to be tracked by Google Analytics?
If you don't want your browsing habits monitored, there is a way. You can install an opt-out for their cookie here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/. This will stop them from setting any cookies on the browser of your choice and prevent accesses in certain areas if they've deleted all our previous ones or disabled future ones before we were able delete the first one! Interested in learning more about cookies on our site. You can get all the information and answers by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or just type "cookies" into your browser's search bar to get started on that journey today. Or at www.allaboutcookies.org or www.youronlinechoices.eu.