Revision date of 15th May 2018 (Effective Date) includes updates for the following;
- Added transparency on specific cookies to adhere to the EU Data Protection Law (REGULATION (EU) 2016/679 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL http://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679&from=EN)
To find out more please visit our GDPR Center
In addition to any information that you choose to submit to us, we or selected third parties may use a variety of technologies that store or access information already stored on your device (such as on your browser, operating system, hardware, identifiers, mobile network information) whenever you visit our website. Your device is any device used to access our website such as a personal computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone.
Information collection technologies
A few of the methods that may be used to store or access information already stored on your device include the following (and in future other technologies may be developed and you are required to check this policy regularly for any changes):
- Cookies — a cookie is a small text file of letters and/or numbers that we store on your device when you visit our website, provided that you consent. Cookies can be temporary (e.g. session cookies) or permanent (e.g. persistent cookies). They can also be first party (e.g. placed by us) or third party (e.g. placed by a third party advertiser or advertisements server).
- Strictly necessary cookies are required for the operation of our website
- Analytical/performance cookies allow us to count the number of users and track your movement on our website
- Functionality cookies are used to recognise returning users to personalise our website service
- Targeting cookies record your visit to our website and information is used to display adverts that may be of interest to you.
- Flash cookies (or locally shared objects) are data files placed on your device via the Adobe Flash plug-in that may be built-in to or downloaded by you to your device.
- Anonymous identifiers
- HTML5 cookies
- Web beacons
- Embedded scripts
- Entity tags or ETags
Third party collection of information
Your consent and your right to refuse the use of information collection technologies
Cookies that Content Ignite stores on your visitor’s browser which expire automatically after 30 days:
This cookie is set when a user opts out of our ads, via our opt-out widget. When this is set, all other cookies are cleared. The value is simply set to “1” and in doing so, prevents our applications from generating any new cookies.
For more information please visit our GDPR Centre that contains more information on Cookie related topics that may supersede this policy.