We have tried to write this Cookies Policy in a way that is clear, simple and free of legal language. However, if you still have questions about anything in our Cookies Policy, just contact us at email@example.com.
Our Cookies Policy was last updated on 29th March 2018. While we will endeavour to tell you if we make significant changes to this policy, we reserve the right to change our Cookies Policy at any time and without notice, so be sure to check this Cookies Policy regularly to understand how we use your information.
2. What is a Cookie?
Cookies are electronic tags that most websites place on your computer in the process of sending your computer a file, such as a web page. A cookie can tell us when a computer that has previously visited our site returns, and what pages it requests on each of its visits. Cookies help us keep track of how our visitors (or more accurately, their computers) use our site, including such things as the type of browser they use, the frequency of their visits and the pages that are most popular. They can help smooth your travel through our site by keeping track of information that has already been provided by your computer so that you do not need to re-enter it. In no event does the cookie we place on your computer tell us anything personal about you or about your visits to other websites (except those you enter through a link on our site), or your use of the internet in any other way.
There are different types of cookies:
3. Cookies We Use
As you explore our website, we may automatically gather information on how you use our site to help us develop and improve our site and to provide relevant, helpful information to you. We do not gather information about other third party websites you have visited, but we may collect information about links to other websites that you click on if they appear on our site. Similarly, where you come to our site using a hyperlink at another location on the internet, we may record the location of that hyperlink for our records.
4. How to Manage Cookies
You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish – for details, see AllAboutCookies.org. You can delete all cookies that are already on your computer and you can set most browsers to prevent them from being placed. If you do this, however, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit a site and some services and functionalities may not work.