You may not have given any thought to how websites use data to improve their services, measure how popular the site is, or make sure that you receive content or digital adverts of interest to you.
These processes require information to be collected and processed. This commonly includes information about the devices you use (such as laptops and mobile phones), your location and information obtained from your browsing activities. This information is collected using cookies (small files of data sent by a website) and other similar technologies such as tag, pixels and device identifiers which are deployed on or collected from your device when you land on a website or access content through a mobile app.
Some of the cookies that we use are deleted when you close your browser. These cookies are known as 'session cookies'.
Some other cookies have a longer lifetime (which varies cookie by cookie) and will be stored on your device until their expiration date. These are known as 'persistent cookies'.
We have deployed a cookie "consent management platform" which means that you will normally see a message on our Site before we place cookies on your device or browser. The message will describe the types of cookies we use and what information they might collect. We will not place (and we won't permit third parties to place) cookies other than "strictly necessary" cookies on your device or browser when using our Site unless you have told us that you are happy to do so using the consent management platform. You can update your preferences at any time by informing us at email@example.com.
You can also block cookies by using your browser settings. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including strictly necessary cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our Site.
|Cookie identifier||Party the cookie is placed by||Type of cookie||Description of cookie's purpose||Duration|
|BIGipServerbit*||Content Management System/software||Strictly required / Functional||The BIGipServerbit cookie is used for session persistence, ensuring through load balancing that visits within a single session are directed to the same server. Both of these cookies are absolutely essential for the optimal functioning of our website.||User session|
|PHPSESSID||BIT (hosting provider)||Strictly required / Functional||The PHPSESSID cookie is a standard session cookie used by PHP to track user session variables, allowing for the preservation of user data and preferences between page visits.||User session|
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LAST UPDATED: NOVEMBER 2023