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Wondering how Conviction deals with cookies? Read on to find out.

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Cookie Declaration

How to control and delete cookies

Cookies are small text files that web servers give to browsers to store on users’ machines. They enable the website to recognise requests as coming from the same browser and they can be essential for the operation of an application, but they can also be used to track user behaviour.

You can block or restrict the use of cookies through your browser settings. For more information on cookies, their use and how to block them, visit  you may want to visit www.aboutcookies.org


Managing cookies

In your web browser, you can control which types of cookies you allow. You can turn cookies on or off using your browser’s settings. You can also delete cookies and clear your browser’s cache (history).

See the following links describing how to do this on some popular browsers:

 

Please see below for a list of cookies this website uses:

Cookies pop-up

By clicking “OK” or dismissing the cookie warning, a permanent cookie will be set on your machine to remember your preference.

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a tool that lets us analyse how visitors use our site. We use this information to improve our website. This tool collects anonymised data. Please see Google’s privacy policy for further information. To opt out of these tracking cookies, please visit Google’s website.

Google Advertising cookies

We use Google Ads Cookies to track and record events on our website and apps for analytics, audience creation, and retargeting of adverts. For further information, see https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=en

Google Optimize

Google Optimize is an A/B testing tool. Optimize utilises Analytics cookies to target content variants to a user and a content experiment cookie to determine a user’s participation in an experiment. https://support.google.com/optimize/answer/6292487?hl=en

Facebook cookies

We use Facebook Pixels to track and record events on our website and apps for analytics and attribution, audience creation, and retargeting of adverts. For further information, see Facebook’s cookie policy page.

Twitter cookies

We use Twitter Pixels to track and record events on our website and apps for analytics, audience creation, and retargeting of adverts. For further information, see Twitter’s privacy statement.

Snapchat cookies

We use Snapchat Pixels to track and record events on our website and apps for analytics, audience creation, and retargeting of adverts. For further information: https://businesshelp.snapchat.com/en-US/article/snap-privacy-faq

Addthis

We use Addthis to provide social sharing options and email to friend options on our website. For further information:

http://www.addthis.com/privacy/privacy-policy/

PayPal

We use PayPal as our payment processor. PayPal uses cookies to provide its services. PayPal may use cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies for storing information to help provide you with a better, faster, and safer experience and for advertising purposes.

https://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/ua/cookie-full

Conviction Cookie

Conviction uses cookie data about on page website behaviour, and click through data from digital media to personalise your website experience across Conviction platforms.

Conviction cookies also remember your logged-in state and permissions via hub.conviction.org.uk


How to disable Flash Cookies

The Adobe website provides comprehensive information on how to delete or disable Flash cookies for all websites. Please be aware that restricting the use of Flash Cookies may affect the features available to you for Flash-based applications.