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Last update: 20/07/2018
What is a “COOKIE”?
A cookie is a small file that is placed on a computer when a user visits a website for the first time.
There are two types of cookies: persistent and non-persistent.
Cookies allow a website administrator to understand how the website is being used by providing technical data on the usage of the website (for example how many people visited the website, if they have visited it previously, what sections of the website are being visited, what link is being clicked on…)
Cookies have two main objectives:
Those cookies do not collect any personally identifiable information from the users of the website. The data collected is purely technical and is used for analytical purposes. This helps us understand how we can enhance the browsing experience by providing more suitable content to the users of the website.
There are two main types of cookies on the internet: first party cookies and third party cookies.
First party: those are the cookies that we have set up on the website to make it functional. The majority of those cookies are necessary for a website to function properly.
Third party: those are the cookies set by third parties when external content or features are made available on the website such as: social media sharing, video content, chat, reviews, survey etc…
What Cookies Are In Use On This WEBSITE?
This complies with recent legislation requirements and more specifically the General Data Protection Regulation 2016. The legislation mandates that websites must obtain explicit consent from users before leaving behind or reading files such as cookies on a user’s device.
All of the following cookies are currently in use on the website:
|Cookie Name||Purpose||Persistent or Session|
|__cfduid||Strictly necessary cookies associated with CloudFlare (Online security
|Expires after 1 year|
|_ga||Performance cookie used for website analytics associated with Google
|Expires after 2 years|
|_gat||Performance cookie used for website analytics associated with Google
|Expires when session ends|
|_gid||Perfomance cookie used for website analytics associated with Google
|Expires after 12 hours|
||This cookie is used
to track visitors and it provides statistics with regards to website visits. It
contains timestamps such as the initial visit and the last visit along with the
associated session number
|Expires after 2 years
|Hubspotutk||This cookie is used for to keep track of a visitor's identity. This
cookie is passed to HubSpot on form submission and used when de-duplicating
|Expires after 10 years|
|Km_ai||Cookie set by Kissmetrics analytics service. Used to provide site owners
with information about how visitors use the site.
|Expires after 25 years
|Km_lv||Cookie set by Kissmetrics analytics service. Used to provide site owners
with information about how visitors use the site.
|Expires after 25 years|
|optimizelyEndUserId||The main purpose of this cookie is performance of the user’s experience
and the appearance of the site.
|Expires after 6 months|
|1P_JAR||This cookie is used to gather website statistics and it is associated
with Google Analytics
|Expires after 1 month|
|NID||This cookie is used to remember users preferences in regards to the use
of the website and is associated with Google Analytics
|Expires after 7 months|
|Vuid||This cookie is set by Vimeo to display video content on a website||Expires after 2 years|
|_vwo_uuid_v2||This cookie is used to ensure that a visitor always sees the same
version of a page and is used to track behaviour to measure the performance of
different page versions. This cookie is associated with Visual Website
Expires after 1 year
What Information is Gathered?
The data gathered revolves around the way the website is being used, including but not limited to: what pages are visited, what links are clicked, what content is shared on social media.
Most of the information gathered concerns how the website is being used, what pages are visited and how the users are browsing the website in general. At no time will this website collect personal data regarding its users.
Third Party Cookies
Consent For Cookies
When you visit our website, a pop up window appears and it will give you all the information with regards to cookies in use on our website. You will be asked to give your clear affirmative consent by ticking the box.
How To Opt-Out?
To opt out of Google Analytics cookies, visit the following link. All the information required to opt out of Google Analytics are detailed http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
How To Delete This Cookies That Are Stored On Your Machine?
If you want to delete the cookies that are already on your computer, please refer to the instructions for your file management software to locate the file or directory that stores cookies. You can also access them through your internet browser.
Mobile Devices Users
Additional Information About Cookies
Please refer to the ICO’s following page for more information about cookie policies:
Please refer to the following page for general information about cookies and guidance on how to delete cookies that are stored on your machine:
Please refer to the following page for more information about Google Analytics:
We are committed to providing excellent service, however if you have a complaint about your privacy or the use of your personal data and you are an existing customer of ours, please initially contact your line manager so that they may contact our account management team.
Alternatively if you are not a client then please contact us and ask to speak with the Data Protection Officer. We may be contacted in writing at Priority One IT, 58 Southwark Bridge Road, London, SE1 0AS. By phone on 0203 151 6000 or via email at [email protected]