What are cookies and how and why do we use them?
|Cookies are messages that web servers pass to a user’s web browser when visiting Websites||When your browser visits our site, our server sends a request to please “remember” a little bit of text and to give that text back every time a new page on our site is visited until the “expiry date” of the cookie is exceeded.|
|Users have full control, via browser settings; to edit, delete or block any cookies.||Since cookies are stored on your device, you can block all or some cookies, or change or delete them anytime you want.|
|By default we use technical cookies for load-balancing and caching, as well as Vimeo for video embeds.||The “remembered text” (the “value” of a cookie) tends to be some kind of random string unique to you so that we can tell visitors apart (without storing personal identifying information).|
|If you opt-in to all cookies we also use them for remarketing with Facebook, LinkedIn and Google.||We would like to see you here again. Remarketing means that if you have visited our site and opted in to all cookies, then you might see a promotional link to our site in place of some other advert some time in the future.|
If you wan to drill down in more detail into what each cookie does, check out our Cookies Table.
What if I want to change my choice on the Cookie Notice?
You can reset anytime, by clicking the button below:
Note that the choice only affects setting of cookies, not deletion.
To delete cookies already on your machine use the Cookies Settings in your browser.
Changing your Cookie Settings
Most browsers allow some control over most cookies which you can change in your browser settings.
The following links provide information on managing cookies on popular websites:
- Apple Mac Safari
- Apple iOS Safari
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Edge
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Additionally, if you wish to opt out out of all personalized ads from these platforms you can do that too:
We may periodically update this policy to comply with privacy regulations, describe new website features, or to add and/or remove cookies that we use.
Do Not Track Signals
Your browser settings may allow you to automatically transmit a “Do Not Track” signal (DNT) to online services you visit, however there isn’t an industry or legal consensus on how to handle those signals. – Currently, we don’t differentiate by DNT signal.
We welcome your questions, comments and concerns about privacy. Please contact us at email@example.com with any questions or comments you may have regarding the privacy of your information.