Cookie Policy 2017-08-01T10:48:32+00:00

Cookie Policy

Cookies are small data files which are temporarily stored on your computer’s hard drive every time you visit a website.

Although there are lots of different types of cookies, every single one tracks user behaviour to help make your overall experience quicker, easier and more efficient. Cookies cannot harm your computer and do not contain any personal or private information.

In the chart below we’ve listed the four different types of cookies we use on earlsgate.com, and why we use them. If you’re especially curious, you can see the lists below to see the specific names of every single cookie we use.

 

Functionality Cookies

These cookies cover our video streaming functionality.

 

Analytics Cookies

These cookies are used to measure and analyse how visitors are using our website. We use this information to improve your customer experience on earlsgate.com.

 

Marketing Cookies

We use Marketing Cookies to identify how you are reaching us. This information helps us gauge the relevance and effectiveness of our marketing.

 

Visitor Preference Cookies

This type of cookie enables our website to remember preferences you make such as your username, location and language. This saves you time, as it means you don’t have to manually enter information every time you visit.

 


How do Cookies Work?

On earlsgate.com, we use cookies that behave in four main ways. These cookies are called First-Party, Third-Party, Session and Persistent Cookies. Below, take a look at what these cookies do.

 

First-Party Cookies:

First-Party Cookies track behaviour within the confines of the earlsgate.com website. They help us to offer you improved functionality and a smoother customer experience.

Third-Party Cookies:

Third-Party Cookies are set in websites outside of earlsgate.com. (For example, Google Analytics uses Third-Party Cookies to provide us with information on visits to and from our website).

Session Cookies:

Session Cookies exist temporarily while you are reading and navigating the website. Once you have closed the page, the web browser will delete all Session Cookies.

Persistent Cookies:

A Persistent Cookie will outlast your session on earlsgate.com. In this sense, Persistent Cookies remember your behaviour. For example, a Persistent Cookie will store your details to prevent the laborious task of re-entering the same information every time you visit us.