Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used to improve the functionality of websites, as well as to provide information to the website owners.
Should you wish to change your cookie settings most browsers allow some control through their settings. To find out more about cookies you can visit www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.
The table below explains the cookies we use and why:
_dc_gtm_UA-1949446-3 Google Universal Analytics Google Analytics is Google’s analytics tool that helps us understand how visitors engage with our website. It may use a set of cookies to collect information and report website usage statistics without personally identifying individual visitors to Google.
IDE Google Advertising This cookie is associated with the DoubleClick advertising service from Google.
We may use this to target advertising based on what is relevant to you, to improve reporting on campaign performance and to avoid showing ads that you have already seen.
__cfduid Zopim Live Chat Our live chat widget sets the cookies to store the Zopim Live Chat ID used to identify a device across visits, and also across a single chat session, and to store the user's preference to disable Live Chat.
__insp_wid Bright Cove These cookies are used when watching a video on our website.They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to a video. This helps us to improve the way our website works. These cookies will only be set if you go to a page with a video.
Chart Beat This cookie is set on websites using real time analytics software by Chartbeat.The main purpose of this cookie is tracking performance.
This cookie, named MSUUID, is sent by the Customer to the browser used by the Device accessing the Customer Website. The duration of the cookie is 365 days.
lu Facebook Facebook set the ‘dadiv’ cookie when a web browser accesses facebook.com (except social plugin iframes), and the cookie helps us identify suspicious login activity and keep users safe. For instance, they use it to flag questionable activity like failed login attempts and attempts to create multiple spam accounts.
Facebook set the ‘lu’ cookie to help protect people using public computers. The data it contains is used to make subtle changes to the login form, such as prefilling your email address and unchecking the “Keep me logged in” option if we detect multiple users signing in with the same browser. If you log out, this cookie does not contain your user id and Facebook will not prefill the email field.
Details on how to opt out of all Optimizely divacking are available at www.optimizely.com/opt_out.