Last Updated: April 22, 2022
What are Cookies
A cookie is a small piece of data (text file) that a website or app – when visited by a user – or when you interact with an email, asks your browser to store on your device in order to remember information about you. Those cookies are set by us (our internet dominion) and are called first party cookies. There are technologies similar to cookies such as pixels, beacons, tags, java scripts, etc. – for simplicity we designate them all together as cookies.
This Website may use two types of cookies: persistent and session cookies. Persistent cookies are cookies that remain on your device for a certain period of time (as indicated in the table below) or until you manually delete them or object to them. Session cookies are cookies that expire at the end of the browser session (e.g., when you leave our Website and close your browser).
We may use strictly necessary cookies to (i) save your cookies preferences; (ii) enable our website to function; and (iii) secure our website and services (e.g. to detect malicious and brute force attacks).
We may use non-essential (non-strictly necessary) cookies to observe and analyse traffic levels and other metrics on our website, including being able to recognize unique users, which helps us improve our website as well as your overall user experience. We only use non-essential cookies where we have your consent (see below).
Cookies may be first party or third party, meaning they are operated by us (first party) or by another party (third party). Please note that interactions with the third party cookies on our website are governed by the privacy and cookies policies of the third party (see below).
Further information on the types of cookies we use is set out below.
On your first visit to our Website and every six months thereafter, on the homepage you will see a cookie banner informing you why cookies are used, and asking you to consent to non-essential cookies if you agree with us using them (“Accept All”). If you do not agree, you can select “Reject All” or customize your cookie preferences.
You can change your cookie preferences through the cookie banner, where you have the option of opting-in or opting-out to the use of non-essential cookies on your device. Note that you will have to clean cookies on your device to immediately delete them. If you do not delete your cookies via your browsers options (see below) then cookies will continue to operate until the end of their lifespan (see table below). However, you can also update your cookie preferences at all times by using this button, available at the website’s footer:
Alternatively, most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set, visit www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.
Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers:
To find information relating to other browsers, visit the browser developer’s website.
Please note that you cannot disable strictly necessary cookies (if applicable) since these affect the functionality of our website and your ability to use certain features and functionalities.
Types of Cookies Used
List of Third Parties Using Cookies on our Website
By Email: email@example.com