Cookie & Privacy Policy

This website uses cookies to improve performance and make your experience better.

Your use of our website indicates your consent to the cookies described in this policy.

WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A web cookie is simply a piece of text which can be placed on the browser of your personal computer or mobile device and subsequently read as you visit a web site. A cookie may be a session cookie, that is, a cookie that remains on your browser while you are logged on to a particular web site and then disappears when you close your browser, or it may be a persistent cookie, a cookie that remains on your browser over a period of time. Information from a cookie may be collected and used in aggregate form. Or data may be collected into an individual profile or record. That individual record may either be unique but anonymous, or the profile can be linked with information that identifies you as an individual.

You can learn more about cookies, generally, at www.allaboutcookies.org

HOW DO WE USE COOKIES?
We may use cookies for a number of purposes:
1. Performance cookies
We allow third parties to set analytics, or performance, cookies to collect and report aggregate information. These cookies provide reporting to us on an aggregate basis and so, do not identify you at all. We use the aggregate reports to understand how our website is used and improve its usefulness to our audiences.
2. Functional cookies
A number of cookies also support how our website functions, identifying your computer or end device on a unique but anonymous basis. These cookies may, for example, remember your language preferences or recognize an individual’s activity within a single session.

We may conduct analyses of user traffic to measure the use of our website and to improve its content. These analyses will be performed through the use of IP addresses and cookies.

THIRD PARTY COOKIES AND ADVERTISING ON OUR SITES
We allow third party advertisers to show you advertising on our site. Third party ad servers may use cookies to control certain routine advertising concerns such as making sure that you do not see the same ad too many times or that the ads are shown in the format best suited for your browser. Advertising may also be targeted: You may be shown ads based on certain demographic information which we provide, for example, the size of the company you work for or your professional responsibilities. Advertisers may also use third party ad servers to target you based on an anonymous but unique profile on your online behavior across a number of unaffiliated websites, a method known as online behavioral advertising. Advertisers may even place their own cookies on our sites. You can find more information about each ad server’s practices by reviewing its privacy policies, for our site, DoubleClick and Google AdSense or visiting www.youronlinechoices.uk.

We may use certain demographic information to enable third party ad servers to show you ads based on information about you in your business capacity, for example, your title within a company or the size of that company.

Finally, we ask both ad servers, DoubleClick and Google AdSense, to use their cookies on our website to identify you as you leave and then to show you one of our own ads later, as you visit another site. This relatively simple process is known as re-targeting.

HOW YOU CAN CONTROL COOKIES
1. Browser controls
Most modern browsers offer you ways to control or block cookies. These browser controls will usually be found in the “options’ or “preferences” menu. For more help, you may take a look at the “Help” settings or review these website for more details – http://www.aboutcookies.org/Default.aspx?page=1
2. Ad cookies and targeting
You can find more information or turn off targeting by member companies at YourOnlineChoices UK, http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk.

PRIVACY POLICY
If our use of cookies changes, we will post the changes to this policy. Please check frequently as online data collection practices and our use of them continue to evolve.

This version of the Cookie Policy is effective as of 15 August 2015.

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