Cookies and the law
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European privacy laws came into force in 2012 which require websites to inform users when placing 'cookies' on visitors computers, mobiles or other devices.
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is the organisation in the UK responsible for regulating the law.
The cookies we use and how we use them
Gathering statistical information allows us to manage and develop our website to improve user experience and to measure the popularity of individual web pages. This allows us to tailor our content to better meet your needs.
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(duration 10 years)
The visitor cookie includes the name "visitor_id" plus the unique identifier for the visitor, ex: "visitor_id1234". This cookie is set by our tracking code on website visitors. No personally identifiable information is stored in the cookie.
Used for Pardot. These cookies collect information sales and marketing purposes to help improve visitor's experience. For more information please see: http://www.pardot.com/faqs/administration/pardot-track-activities/
(duration 10 years)
The persistent cookie named "pi_opt_in" is what we use to stay in compliance with the 'Do Not Track' initiative. No personally identifiable information is stored in the cookie.
|pardot (session only)
||Only set if the user is logged into the Pardot app as a user. No personally identifiable information is stored in the cookie.
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Google AdWords remarketing
Our website uses the Google AdWords remarketing service to advertise on third-party websites to users who have previously visited our website. This could be an advertisement on the Google search results page of a site within the Google Display Network.
You can set your preferences for how Google advertise to you using the the Google Ad Preferences page, and you can also opt out of interest-based advertising entirely by cookie settings or permanently using a browser plugin.