What are cookies and other technologies?
Technologies utilised by our website includes cookies, flash cookies, web beacons and pixels
A local shared object, often referred to as a “flash cookie” is a data file that can be created on your computer by the sites you visit. They are most often used to enhance your web-browsing experience and may be used by plugins utilised by our website.
Adobe’s website provides details regarding Flash cookies.
A pixel refers to the code that is placed on your computer in order to trigger a cookie. We sometimes use this methodology to allow us to deliver more relevant messages to you.
Below you can read more specifically about the different types of cookies used on this website.
Cookies are generally divided into two main categories:
• “Session Cookies” – Stored temporarily in your computer’s memory while you are visiting the site and deleted when you close your browser. Examples of use of these cookies include remembering previous actions when navigating between pages.
• “Persistent Cookies” – Stored for a set period on your computer and used to determine whether there has been any contact between us and your computer in the past. This results in faster and more convenient experiences for you. How long the cookie remains on your device will depend on the duration or lifetime of the specific cookie and your browser settings, or until you manually delete it.
Other cookies being utilised
When you visit our website cookies can be established by either the website itself, or by other companies, through technologies utilised on the website. This is referred to as:
“1st Party Cookies” – cookies that are set by the website domain (or belonging to a sub domain) of this website.
“3rd Party Cookies” – cookies that are set by another website domain e.g.
1. One of the technologies embedded in our websites to improve the user experience
2. External web services defined by yourself or utilised as part of the website
3. Social sign-in Buttons
Whom have access to the cookies
Data stored in the cookies utilised are generally use by the website itself and the owner of the website. For 3rd Party cookies, these may also be accessible by third party providers as part of their policy to improve your user experience or provide targeted services or advertisement to you or to ensure social integration decided by you, e.g. when sharing content through social media.