Last updated: 17.06.20
This notice is intended to help you understand what cookies are, why and how we (How2-Change) use them and the choices you have about their use.
What is a Cookie?
When you visit a website, small text files called cookies are stored on your computer. As well as helping to make websites work, cookies provide website owners with information about how people interact with their sites.
Are Cookies safe?
Yes. The information stored in cookies is safe and anonymous to any external third party, and your account security is never compromised.
Wherever possible, we use First Party cookies (these are placed there and used solely by How2-Change) however some partners such as Twitter use Third Party cookies to enable integration between our site and their platform.
The cookies we use fall into three broad types:
1) Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are essential in helping you to move around our website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the website. These cookies do not gather information about you personally.
2) Analytical/Performance Cookies
In order to optimise our website, we use web analytics services to help us understand how people use our site. For example, we can see which parts of the site are popular, identify when errors occur, and test new content.
3) Functionality Cookies
These cookies allow websites and applications to remember choices you make (such as your preferences, language or the region you are in) and provide enhanced features. The information these cookies collect is usually anonymised which means we can’t identify you personally.
Can I turn off Cookies?
Yes. To change your cookie settings, or if you want to be notified each time a cookie is about to be used, you should amend the settings provided in your web browser to prevent us from storing cookies on your computer hard drive.
For information on how to disable cookies, please consult the “Help” tab of your browser via the menu bar. You can set your browser to block some or all cookies from our website (and others too). Do bear in mind though that this might affect how our website and others function.
Website visitors who don’t want their data used by Google Analytics can install the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. To opt-out of Analytics for the web, visit the Google Analytics opt-out page and install the add-on for your browser.
You’ll find more information on cookies at allaboutcookies.org
You may also like to read: www.youronlinechoices.com/