Last update: February 21, 2023
What are Cookies
A cookie is a small piece of data (text file) that a website or app – when visited by a user – asks your browser to store on your device in order to remember information about you, such as your last visit to our Websites. Those cookies are set by us and are called first party cookies.
We also use third party cookies – these are cookies set by a domain different than the domain of the website you are visiting or a domain we are not operating – for example to analyze traffic to, and observe metrics and behavior on, our Websites.
Our Websites use persistent 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 .
We use strictly necessary cookies to record your cookie preferences so you are not presented with our banner several times.
We use non-essential (non-strictly necessary) cookies to analyze traffic to, and observe metrics and behavior on, our Websites, which helps us improve our Websites and services, as well as your overall user experience. We only use non-essential cookies where we have your consent (see below).
Further information on the types of cookies we use is set out below.
On your first visit to our Websites, on the homepage you will see a cookie banner informing you why cookies are used, and asking you to consent to each non-essential cookie if you agree with us using them.
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. However, you can also update your cookie preferences at all times by clicking on the Manage Cookie Preferences link which is included at the bottom of our Websites. Please note that you cannot disable strictly necessary cookies since these affect the functionality of our Websites and your ability to use certain features and functionalities.
List of Third Parties Using Cookies on our Websites