Effective Dec 24, 2020
web beacons, pixels, tags, scripts and other similar technologies in the
course of our business, including through websites and apps that link to
practices, please review our Privacy
What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files placed on your computer or other
internet-enabled device that enable our features and functionality. They
allow us to record information when you visit or interact with our
websites, products and services (collectively, our “Websites”). Other
tracking technologies, such as web beacons and pixels work similarly to
cookies, placing small data files on your device that monitor your Website
easier to use and to better tailor them to your interests and needs. We also
use these technologies to compile anonymous, aggregated information that
allow us to better understand our customers and visitors.
What kinds of cookies and tracking technologies do we use?
Persistent and Session Cookies
We use two categories of cookies: Persistent cookies and session
cookies. Persistent cookies are cookies that help us
recognize you. They are stored on your device in between browser sessions,
allowing us to remember your preferences and actions across multiple sites
and on multiple visits. Session cookies expire at the end
of your browser session, allowing us to link your actions during a
particular browsing session.
We use first party Google Analytics cookies to track anonymous usage
statistics and do not collect any personal information that can be used to
identify you. This helps us analyse data about website usage and improve
our Websites in order to tailor it to customer needs. We do not allow
Google to use or share our analytics data.
Third Party Cookies
Third party cookies are cookies that are set by others,
enabling the third party’s features or functionalities to be provided
through the Website you are using. The third party setting these cookies
can recognize your device both when it visits our Website and when it
visits certain other websites or services. The service providers of third-party
cookies have their own privacy policies, and may use their cookies to
target advertising to you.
We embed videos from YouTube on our websites.
As a result, when you visit a page with content embedded from
YouTube, you may be presented with third party cookies from YouTube.
functioning of our Websites, cookies that help us improve the performance
or customize the functionality of our Websites, and cookies that help us
serve you relevant advertisements. The types of cookies described below may
be set by us or by a third party service provider assisting us in
- Strictly Necessary: These cookies and tracking
technologies let you navigate our Websites and use essential features,
including secure areas and shopping baskets. Without these technologies,
we are unable to deliver core functionality of our Websites, products and
services to you.
- Performance: These cookies and tracking technologies
help us understand how customers and visitors interact with our Websites.
They provide us with information about areas of our website visited, time
spent on our Websites and any error messages you receive, allowing us to
improve the performance of our Websites. They do not collect any
information that could identify you.
- Functional: These cookies and tracking technologies
are used to provide certain services or to remember settings that will
improve your visit, but are not essential to your use of our Websites.
They may include personal information that you have disclosed to us.
- Social Media Cookies: These cookies are set by third
parties, including Facebook and Twitter, and allow you to share what
you’ve been doing on our Websites on social media.
How can I control cookies?
Internet browsers allow you to change your cookie settings via the
“options’ or “preferences” menu in your browser. Please note that if you
set your browser to refuse or block all cookies, certain features or
functionalities of our Websites will be limited or unavailable to you.
Some internet browsers include the ability to transmit “do not track”
signals. Because no industry standard has yet been developed with respect
to “do not track,” our Websites do not currently process or respond to such
“do not track” signals.
You can opt out of Google Analytics without affecting how you visit our
site. For more information on opting out of being tracked by Google
Analytics across all websites you use, visit this Google page: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Further information about deleting and blocking cookies can be found at
How can I get further information?
technologies, please email us at email@example.com .
Last modified May 24, 2018