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2. List of cookies used on our site
|Cookie Type||Usage Information|
|Google Anaylics||We use Google Analytics to provide data about how users interact with our websites to improve your experience. Google Analytics cookies record visitors, city locations, browser type and site journey. All data in Google Analytics is aggregated and anonymised.
|YouTube||YouTube may set a number of cookies if you watch videos on our website. This is to improve your viewing experience and can include anonymised location and demographic tracking.
YouTube may pass on information to third parties if required to do so by law or if third parties process the information on their behalf.
|Optinmonster||These cookies are used by OptinMonster to identify new vs. returning visitors for behavioural marketing purposes.
3. Cookies explained
First party cookies
3.1 These cookies are set by the website itself and allows us to link the cookie with the website user. Where we refer to “Website cookie”in the table above, these cookies are used for essential website functionality.
Third party cookies
3.2 We sometimes embed content from websites. As a result, when you visit a page with content embedded from such services, you may be presented with cookies from these websites. Our website does not control the dissemination of these cookies. You should check the relevant third party website for more information about these.
3.3 The definitions below apply to the third party cookies used in the table above:
3.3.1 “Google” – These cookies are used by Google to provide different Google services for the user and to collect anonymous data about the user.
3.3.2 “Optinmonster Pop ups” – Cookies set by Optinmonster help to display and track the pop ups that appear on our website.