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Wow Internet's Cookies


We understand how important it is to be transparent with our users about any kinds of cookies that we use whilst you are on our website. As a result, we have decided to simply let you know! The only cookies that we use are for our Google Analytics tracking, so this means that we use cookies just to tally up how many people have visited the website, where they have come from and how they got here. We can then use this information to make the website better for all of our users.

Here is a list of the different cookies that we use, along with what they are used for and when they expire:

Cookie Name What Its For Expiry Date

__utma

This cookie is used as part of our Google Analytics tracking in order to see which web browser any visitor to our site is using. We can then use this information to check that our website is compatible with all of the browsers that are viewing the website.

2 years

__utmb

This cookie is used as part of our Google Analytics tracking in order to create a new session for each visitor to the website. This allows us to track each visit we are getting to the website in order to ensure that our servers can handle the workload!

30 minutes

__utmz

This cookie is used as part of our Google Analytics tracking in order to see exactly where users are coming from to get to our website. This could be through a search engine, social media or just by typing in our URL. By tracking this information, we can make sure that our website is easily accessible to everyone and that you're able to find us.

6 Months


We hope that this clears a few things up for you and gives you a bit of peace of mind. If you don't feel comfortable with us using cookies, then you can disable them in your web browser. If you are using Google Chrome, simply click on the spanner icon in the top-right of your browser, then go to settings>advanced settings>content settings and you can click on the bow to 'Block third-party cookies and site data'. If you are using Internet Explorer, then go to settings>internet options>privacy and then move the slider to the top to 'Block all cookies'.

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