When you visit our sites, read, click on or download information and receive email information (such as brochures) from us in response to requests, we will automatically obtain some information from your device or device by automated means. about it and how you use our site. We also use pixels and cookies that can be uploaded to a cookie file on your device, depending on the features of the device. More information is provided below.This information helps us to improve the website for all visitors and also to continually improve it so that we can update the information on our websites to be relevant and useful to you.

information The device information our sites collect includes:

• technical information, Internet domain name (this may be your ISP, such as BT, Sky, TalkTalk or your workplace) and the Internet Protocol (IP) address you use to connect your device to the Internet, your login information, type and browser version (e.g., Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox), [your device type], timezone settings, browser type and version, browser (e.g., Windows 10, macOS) and platform;
• information about your visit (including all of your unique source URLs (URLs)), clicks on our sites, through and from our sites (including date and time); products you viewed or searched for Page Response Times transmission errors; the length of visits to specific pages; how many and which pages do you visit during one “session” on our site and how long you stayed on the site; and website interaction information (such as page scrolling, clicks, and mouse transitions).
• If you use any of the other sites we manage or the services we provide, we may receive your information. We work with third parties (including, for example, business partners, subcontractors for technical, payment and delivery services, fraudulent or authentication support providers, advertising networks, analytics and search providers, credit bureaus) and may receive information about them you.

We may use “pixels”, which are small image files that allow us to control the use of our sites. A pixel may collect information such as the IP address of the computer that loaded the page on which the pixel appears; URL (unique source address) of the page where the pixel appears; Time you viewed the pixel page the type of browser that saved the pixel; and the identification number of any cookie on a computer previously installed by that server. When communicating with you via HTML-enabled email, we may use “format detection” technology, which lets us know, through pixels, whether you have received and opened our emails.

A cookie is a text string of information that a website transfers to a browser cookie file on your computer’s hard drive so that the site can remember who you are. Cookies allow a website to arrange content to suit your interests – most major websites use cookies. Cookies cannot be identified by you alone.

A cookie typically contains the domain name from which the cookie came from; The cookie’s “lifetime”; and a value that is usually a randomly generated unique number.

This site uses two types of cookies:

• Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain in your browser’s cookie file until you leave the site.
• Permanent cookies stay in your browser’s cookie file for much longer (however long it may depend on the lifetime of each cookie).

How this site uses cookies and what information is collected.

Session cookies are used:

• to allow you to transfer information between the websites of our site so that you do not have to re-enter the same information;
• Registration to give you access to stored information.

Permanent cookies are used:

• to identify you as a one-time visitor (we use the number; we cannot identify you personally) when you return to our site;
• We can tailor content or ads to your interests or not show you the same ads repeatedly;
• to produce anonymous, aggregate statistics that allow us to understand how users use our site and to help us improve the structure of the site. This way, we cannot personally identify you.

To learn more about cookies in general and how to manage them, visit

Web beacons

Some of our websites contain electronic thumbnails called web beacons (sometimes called pure gifs) that allow us to count visitors to those sites. Web beacons collect only limited information, which includes the cookie number, time and date of pageview, and a description of the page on which the web beacon is embedded. Our web pages may also include web beacons installed by third party advertisers. These beacons do not transmit any personally identifiable information and are only used to track the performance of a particular campaign.

Cookie Management – Blocking, Enabling, and Deleting Cookies
You can accept or decline cookies by changing your browser settings. If cookies are disabled, you may not be able to use all the interactive features of our site.
Here’s how to check if cookies are enabled:

How to set and customize the cookie settings for the browser you use

Managing cookies in Internet Explorer: For
cookie settings in most versions of Internet Explorer, go to Tool Options and then the Privacy tab.

Managing cookies in Microsoft Edge
You can find cookie settings in Micorsoft Edge by clicking the More option and then the Settings icon.

Managing cookies in Firefox
You can manage your cookie settings in Firefox in the Options window in the Privacy tab. See the Options – Privacy window for information on these settings.

Manage cookies in Chrome browser
Click the wrench icon on the toolbar, select settings, click the tab under the hood, and then, in the privacy section, click content settings.

Managing cookies in Opera
Browser You can manage the settings of cookies in Opera by clicking Settings, then Preferences, then Advanced, and finally Cookies.

Managing cookies in Safari
Select Safari, click Preferences, and then click Security. You can then mark if and when Safari should accept cookies.

Managing cookies on your mobile phone
See the user guide.

Deleting Cookies
You can easily delete cookies that have been placed in your browser’s cookie folder. For example, if you are using Microsoft Windows Explorer:
Open “Windows Explorer”
In the toolbar, click the “Search” button
In the search box for “Folders and Files” type “cookie”
In the Search box, select “My Computer”
Click ” Search Now ”
Double-click on found folders
” Select “any cookie file
Press the” Delete “key on your keyboard
If you are not using Microsoft Internet Explorer, select “cookies” from the “Help” menu to find information on where to look for the cookie folder.

Your Choices
You can choose whether you can access this information from your device. It depends on the features of your device whether you can turn information on or off, such as location. Most mobile devices allow users to opt out of location services. On many devices, this can be done in the setup menu. Contact your mobile service provider or device manufacturer to learn how to disable location services on your device.