What exactly are cookies?
Cookies are little text files that are created when you visit a website and include data. They are saved on the visitor’s computer and enable the user to access a variety of features. On this website (the “Site”), both session cookies and persistent cookies are utilised. While the visitor is exploring the page, a session cookie is kept in the visitor’s computer’s memory. This cookie is deleted when the user’s web browser is closed or after a certain period of time has passed (meaning that the session expires). A persistent cookie, on the other hand, remains on the visitor’s machine until it is erased.
Why are cookies used?
Functionality of the Website
Visitors utilise the share function to recommend our site and content on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter. Cookies collect information about how visitors use the share function – although not on an individual basis – in order to improve the Site. No information is stored if you do not accept cookies.
We use third-party suppliers for certain features on our Site, such as when you visit a page with embedded videos from or links to YouTube. These videos or links (as well as any other content provided by third-party providers) may contain third-party cookies; you may wish to examine the privacy policies of these third-party websites for additional information on their cookie use.
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This site makes use of Google Analytics, which employs cookie technology. At the aggregate level, cookies collect information about how users interact with the site, such as the number of pages viewed, the source of the visitor, and the number of visits, in order to optimise the site and provide a positive user experience. No information is stored if you do not accept cookies.
How to disable cookies?
However, you can opt to reject or prevent cookies set by our site by modifying your browser settings – for more information, consult your browser’s Help function.
Please note that most browsers accept cookies automatically; therefore, if you do not desire for cookies to be used, you may need to delete or block them manually.
You may contact our DPO using the following form to request to be forgotten and to request access to any data we may have on you.