A cookie is a small text file that is saved to the browser from the website you are viewing. It has many uses and can help display videos correctly, improve site performance, and help with sharing across social networks.
Information stored in cookies is usually anonymous and holds no personal information about yourself. You can of course change your cookies settings or disable cookies completely if you so wish but remember that this site won’t function optimally if you do the latter.
It’s pretty simple, we use them to provide a better experience for our users like you. This includes the use of performance cookies to help with faster page load times, and allow us to find out which pages are the most or least popular with our visitors to help improve the overall sites direction.
A third party cookie is one that is set from a different site when visiting our site or when clicking on a link from a site. In this case when we show videos embedded from YouTube, they may store session cookies which help with the display and overall performance of the video on page.
Others include Social Media, Google Analytics and Affiliate Marketing.
Here’s a breakdown of what you might find:
We have a set of strictly necessary, functional and tracking cookies which are needed to help the site display correctly and run faster, along with being able for us to identify areas of improvement.
In order to manage various cookies from different sites you always have the option to navigate to your browsers settings an change, disable or remove them from there.
We’ve put together a helpful list of links in most common browsers to help you achieve this: