What are Cookies?
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How do I Manage Cookies?
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What Cookies are Used on this Site?
|Cookie Name||Source||Purpose||Personal Data Usage||Expires|
|PHPSESSID||Session cookie||Stores a message returned from the contact form that can be displayed on other pages||None||Browser closure|
|UTMA||Google Analytics||Identifies unique visitors.||None||2 years|
|UTMB||Google Analytics||Tracks a single session across multiple pages.||None||30 minutes|
|UTMC||Google Analytics||Legacy cookie, only used for backwards-compatibility with older products||None||Browser closure|
|UMTZ||Google Analytics||Tracks referral, (how the user found the site), .e.g. Ad campaign, search engine, social media, etc.||None||6 months|
Google Analytics cookies are harmless and respect your privacy and anonymity. They allow us to monitor user behaviour and continuously optimise our website. They alert us to issues such as which pages have technical problems, content that needs updating, what countries users are visiting us from and other useful metrics and dimensions.
We also use retargeting (some call it ‘remarketing’) for some of our ads, which allows us to display ads targeting users who have previously visited our site. We may choose to acquire users via Google Ads and then retarget ads to them via Facebook. This does not give us the Facebook accounts of our site visitors, rather it just allows us to target site visitors via Facebook ads, retaining their anonymity. However, if we retarget users via Facebook ads and they comment on the ads, they will reveal their Facebook profiles and forfeit their anonymity, which we take as voluntary. The same goes for Twitter and LinkedIn ads.
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