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Cookies notice

We use cookies because we want to make our websites and mobile applications user-friendly, and we are interested in anonymous user behavior. Our cookies don’t store sensitive or personally identifiable information.

These cookies fall into 4 categories:

  1. Strictly Necessary Cookies
  2. Performance Cookies
  3. Functionality Cookies
  4. Behaviourally targeted advertising cookies

If you do consent to the use of some or all of these cookies you can change your mind at any time and may amend your preferences using the instructions below or via any tool that may be made available on the site for that purpose.

Please note that if you decide to disable cookies that are needed in order for the site to function it may affect your ability to access the site.

List of cookies

Google Analytics: Google Analytics uses different cookies to note down information. A built-in GA code determines when the cookies expire.

Google Analytics use of cookie.

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This cookie contains all the information on the source of traffic for the current visit, the cookie doesn’t change if no traffic source information is found for the current visit. This cookie doesn’t contain historical information for previous sources. It’s the way Google Analytics attributes visit information, such as transactions and conversions to a traffic source. Being a persistent cookie means it expires in 6 months. The only way to refresh it is to change the traffic source.

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-utmv is a user-defined variable cookies. A developer can separate visitors by specific variables through a native JavaScript method. The new variable is stored in an insistent cookie which expires after two years.

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Utma is the main way through which Google Analytics tracks unique visitors. The cookie stores the date, time of the first visit, and a visitor’s ID. Also, this cookie stores information on the number of visits they’ve made. The -utma cookie can last for up to 2 years. However, you can customize the expiration time in the tracking code.

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-utmb is a type of cookie that tells Google Analytics whether a visit has timed out and also how far the visit went. It also stores information of the start time of the visitor’s current visit as well as the number of page views in the current visit. This persistent cookie expires in less than an hour. But, each page visit refreshes it.

-utmc

This is the only session cookie used by Google Analytics. The -utmc cookie registers that the visit ended once the user closed the browser.

Disabling or blocking cookies

You can prevent the setting of cookies by adjusting the settings on your browser (see the list below). Be aware that disabling cookies will reduce the functionality of this and other websites that you visit so that some features may not work.

How to check cookies are enabled on your PC:

Google Chrome
Click on the spanner icon (top menu in browser) and select ‘Settings’
Click the ‘Under the Bonnet’ tab on the left, then select the ‘Content settings’ button
Under the cookies section, choose the option that best suits your needs.

Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click on ‘Tools’ (top menu in browser) and select ‘Internet options’
Click on the ‘Privacy’ tab
Move the privacy slider to the level of privacy you require. Settings above Medium will disable cookies.

Mozilla Firefox
Click on ‘Tools’ (top menu in browser) and select ‘Options’
Select the Privacy icon
In the history section choose ‘Use custom settings for history’ from the dropdown menu
Cookies can be enabled or disabled by clicking on the appropriate check boxes.

Safari
Click on the Cog icon (top menu in browser) and select ‘Preferences’
Click on Privacy tab and choose the option that best suits your needs.

Opera
Click on the ‘Tools’ at the top of your browser window and select ‘Preferences’
Select the ‘Advanced’ tab and choose Cookies from the list on the left
Choose the option that best suits your needs.

Safari on OSX
Click on ‘Safari’ at the top of your browser window and select ‘Preferences’
Click on the ‘Privacy’ tab
Adjust the level of cookie acceptance here.

Firefox
Click on ‘Firefox’ at the top of your browser window and select ‘Preferences’
Select the Privacy icon
In the history section choose ‘Use custom settings for history’ from the dropdown menu
Cookies can be enabled or disabled by clicking on the appropriate check boxes.

FAQs

Personal information that we collect may include your name, contact details (phone numbers, email address and addresses).

We collect your information in two ways: