Revised 27 May 2021
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1. About Cookies
Cookies are small pieces of data stored in your device's temporary memory when you browse the web.
You can find out more about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org.
1.1 First Party Cookies
These are Cookies that are issued by the website you are visiting and can only be read by the issuing website. They are commonly used to support functionality and will usually expire when you end your web browsing session.
1.2 Third Party Cookies
These are Cookies that are issued and read by a third party (for example, an external vendor) rather than the website you are visiting. They are commonly used to support remarketing strategies and do not expire when the web browsing session ends. They can be read again by the third party when you visit another website which uses the same Cookies. They are more intrusive.
Our Website issues Cookies to your computer when you visit or sign in to improve user experience.
If you disable the Cookies issued by Our Website then you may not be able to use some parts of Our Website.
2.1 First Party Cookies
Our Website stores First Party Cookies in your device's temporary memory to enable Our Website to better function.
Cookies are issued by Our Website with the aim of optimising your experience whilst visiting Our Website.
2.2 Third Party Cookies
Our Website does not use Third Party Cookies.
3. Cookie Consent
The Cookie Message will continue to be displayed until you confirm that you agree to Our Website using Cookies.
4. Managing Cookies
If you want to manage or disable Cookies for Our Website then you may do so by changing your web browser settings.
You will find the Help section of your web browser offers guidance for how to manage and disable Cookies.
You can also obtain guidance for how to manage Cookie preferences in most modern web browsers at www.aboutcookies.org.
5. FLoC Browser Technology
Our Website blocks FLoC browser technology to help prevent website visitors from being profiled by third parties.
For more information about FLoC visit the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) website.
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