What is a Cookie?
Computer cookies are unfortunately not yummy treats. Computer cookies are not physical objects, but they do a lot of work that make browsing the Internet possible.
Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored on your computer, phone or tablet when you visit a website. They record how you move about on a website to help make browsing easier for you when you visit the website again. Our cookies cannot identify you personally. Cookies can also be used to analyse traffic and for advertising and marketing purposes.
Managing your Cookies preferences
You can manage cookies within your browser settings. You can check, change, accept and block cookies at any time in your browser settings. However, if you change your cookies preferences in your browser settings you may not be able to access all or parts of our site
Session/temporary cookies: these cookies are only stored on your computer during your web session and are deleted automatically when you close your browser or when the session times out. They do not collect any personal data.
Persistent/permanent cookies: these cookies are usually stored as a file on your device and it stays there when you close your browser and when the session times out. The cookie can be read by the website that created it when you visit the website again
For Google Analytics we use persistent cookies
Cookies can also be categorised as follows:
Strictly necessary cookies: These cookies are essential so that you can move around the website and use its features effectively. Without these cookies services available to you cannot be provided. These cookies do not gather data about you.
Functional cookies: These cookies allow the website to remember choices you make to give you better functionality and personal features. The data these cookies collect is usually anonymised.
Performance cookies: These cookies help us to improve the performance of dissideo.co.uk, for example, they help us count visits and see which parts of our site are most popular.
Visitors will usually be informed of the use of their personal information at the time of collection.
Normally, personal information provided or collected is used to respond to inquiries or to process requests.