A cookie is a small text file that is saved to your computer or mobile device and acts to remember your browsing history, preferences and improve performance.
Cookies do not identify you but act to link your web browsers to the server providing content. This allows a more personal service which remembers your site visit preferences. Cookies and web beacons can remember which ads were displayed and customise the ongoing website experience,
You can control how cookies are used on your web browser by opening the browser help menu and changing the settings to block or erase cookie activity. Please note that the website may not run as expected after changing cookie settings as cookies are used for site services, for example, security, log-ins and language choices.
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Types of cookies
- Necessary cookies: these cookies are used to manage your website visit. They provide features such as encryption for data and user login.
- Analytical cookies: these cookies track user statistical visit data, such as country, browser type and pages visited.
- Targeting cookies: these cookies remember which features or ads you were presented with, and can display the same or related content to provide you with a content that may be of more interest to you.
- Functionality cookies: these cookies allow your browser to operate more effectively, i.e. your language choice or menu preferences. They can also be used to provide services you request, such as viewing videos or social media integration.
Last updated 13 September 2017