Last updated March 29, 2021
The types of cookies we use.
For how long they work and for what purposes they are used.
How to change your cookie settings and opt-out.
Who we are and how can you contact us.
When we refer to “you” we mean you as a user or visitor of our website.
We use first and third party cookies for several reasons. Some cookies are required for technical reasons in order for our Websites to operate, and we refer to these as "essential" or "strictly necessary" cookies. Other cookies also enable us to track and target the interests of our users to enhance the experience on our Online Properties. Third parties serve cookies through our Websites for advertising, analytics and other purposes. This is described in more detail below.
The specific types of first and third party cookies served through our Websites and the purposes they perform are described below (please note that the specific cookies served may vary depending on the specific Online Properties you visit):
What do you need to know about cookies?
There are different types of cookies and they are used for different purposes.
Below you can read about what a cookie is, the difference between first and third party cookies and session cookies vs. persistent cookies and what types of cookies we use on our website and why.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of data that a website stores on your device when you visit it. A cookie typically contains information about the website itself, a unique identifier that allows the site to recognise your web browser when you return, additional data that serves the purpose of the cookie, and the lifespan of the cookie itself.
Cookies are used to enable certain features (e.g. logging in), to track site usage (e.g. analytics), to store your user settings (e.g. timezone, notification preferences) and to personalise your content (e.g. advertising, language).
Session cookies vs. persistent cookies
Session cookies only last as long as your online session. This means that they will disappear from your computer or device when you close your browser. They are therefore also sometimes referred to as temporary cookies. Typically session cookies are used to remember what a user put in their basket when they are browsing a website.
Persistent cookies are different. These cookies are sometimes called permanent cookies. They will stay on your computer or device after you close your browser. These types of cookies will expire according to the time specified in the cookie. You can see the specific duration of each persistent cookie below.
What’s the difference between first and third party cookies?
First party cookies are cookies that are set by the website that you are visiting and it's only this website that can access and read these cookies.
Third party cookies are set by someone other than the owner of the website you’re visiting. As an example, some pages may have content from other sites like YouTube. YouTube may set their own cookies on your browser when you play the video from YouTube. Cookies set by other sites and companies (ie. third parties) can be used to track you on other websites that use the same third-party service.
Below you can see what cookies on our website are first party cookies and third party cookies.
Types of cookies and how we use them
We use necessary cookies to help with ensuring that you are given the option to accept or reject cookies, to block non-necessary cookies from working until you give consent and to remember your cookie settings and choices. The cookies also help keep track of, if, and when, you gave consent to analytical cookies, our privacy notice, T&Cs and email marketing.
Necessary cookies can also be used for payment processing.
It's not possible to reject or accept the necessary cookies as they are core for the functionality of our website. Here are the necessary cookies we use, what we use them for, the specific cookies providers and each cookie’s duration:
How you can change your cookie settings, incl. opting out
If you browse websites from multiple devices, you may need to update your settings on each individual device.
Although some cookies can be blocked with little impact on your experience of a website, blocking all cookies may mean you are unable to access certain features and content on the site.
The following links explain how to access cookie settings in various browsers:
Where can I get further information?
Identifies logged in site members
Persistent (Two Years)
Identifies unique visitors and tracks a visitor’s sessions on a site
Indicates how a site was rendered.