- What are cookies?
- Cookies are small files containing letters and numbers that are placed on your device when you visit our website. Because a cookie is stored on your device, the website server can recognise your device.
- Accepting and blocking cookies
- If you do not want to receive any cookies from our website, we request that you change your browser settings on all the devices you use to visit our website or to stop using our website. If you decide to block cookies, you may experience a loss of functionality of our website or your ability to access it.
- Another option is to adjust your browser settings to alert you when cookies are being placed. Most browsers are, by default, set to accept cookies automatically. You can adjust this and change your browser settings to reject all or some types of cookies, to accept or block each cookie individually, or to remove all cookies as soon as you close your browser. See for instance this manual of wikiHow. Please note that this informative website is not linked to us in any way and we have no influence on it whatsoever.
- Please note that it is not possible for us to allow you to carry your settings with you between your browsers and devices, so you will need to change these settings on each browser that you use. Please also be aware that we make every effort to respect your choices. However, there is the possibility that not all cookies will be captured. Our cookies cannot and will not be used to capture your email address or any confidential or sensitive information from your device.
- More information on managing cookies can be found on the All About Cookies website. Please note that this informative website is not linked to us in any way and we have no influence on it whatsoever.
- Cookies on our website
- We use the following three categories of cookies on our website: (i) functional cookies, (ii) analytics cookies, and (iii) third party (social media) cookies.
- Functional cookies
Strictly functional cookies enable you to move around our website and use its features, record information about choices that you have made, and tailor the website to your needs. Without these cookies, we will not be able to provide certain features, such as automatic forwarding to the least busy server, remembering your wish lists, and saving your preferred language. These cookies will always be operating, regardless of consent, unless you block them by changing your browser settings.
- Analytics cookies (Google Analytics cookies):
Analytics cookies help to improve the performance of our website, providing a better user experience. We use analytics cookies on our website for internal user statistics purposes. These cookies also help us to provide you with a better user experience. Information supplied by analytics cookies helps us to understand how our visitors use our website, which enables us to improve how we present our content to you. They also allow us to test different design ideas for particular pages, such as our home page.
- Third party (social media) cookies
To support our communications, we sometimes embed photos and video content from providers such as Google and YouTube via https://vidcon.com. Pages on this website with this embedded content may present cookies from these third party providers. Similarly, when you use one of the share buttons on this website, a cookie may be set by the third party service you have chosen to share content through. The third party cookies are placed by the relevant third party provider. We do not control the dissemination of these cookies and we cannot block cookies from those providers placed via third party websites. We also have limited knowledge and control over these cookies, the data recorded using these cookies, and the purposes these are used for. The third party providers will use the gathered information for their own purposes. Gathered information may (among other things) include information on how you use the options of the relevant third party and may allow the relevant third party to recognize and track you across websites on the internet. You should check the relevant third party cookie provider’s website for more information about these cookies.
- Third party (advertising) cookies
These platforms do not store or use email addresses in any way other than to match browser cookies. They use Non-Personally Identifiable Information (Non-PII) only, which gives them info about our unique site visitor’s activity, in order to show them relevant ads.
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