How we define a cookie?
Cookies are small data files placed on your computer/laptop or mobile device by websites in order to add functionality. A cookie can be used to identify a user’s computer or internet enabled device to the website, or to other third party websites. This allows websites to improve the way they work, such as remembering preferences expressed by a user or tracking a user’s use of a website for statistical analysis.
Types of Cookies and why we use them.
Various different types of cookies are used to run our platform and services including:
Analytical cookies help us to understand how visitors gain access to or read our content and interact with our Services. We collect statistical information about our visitors, such as whether they have visited the site before and the pages they view. We use these cookies to determine the kind of content and services our visitors value most, which in turn helps us to improve our website and its content. By understanding which content you find interesting, we can recommend similar content that you might like, as well as continuing to produce the most valuable content to meet your needs.
Advertisers use third-party cookies for behavioural advertising. Advertisers can track a user on their device, when jumping from website to website by adding tags to a page. This helps build a profile for the user based on behaviours and habits, so advertisements can be targeted to their interests.
With recent privacy laws going into effect, any users have more control over advertisers tracking their behaviours, however, information we may disclose to advertisers and advertising networks is non-personally identifiable.
You may change your advertising cookie settings by visiting Google’s Ad Personalisation and/or your online choices.
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