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Cookies policy

 


This document explains what you need to know about the use of cookies on the SALEIE Project website.


 

Summary

Cookies are small data files which are sent to the user's computer from a website and are stored on the user's computer hard drive. They are useful as they are used by the website to aid and enhance the user experience.

 

About cookies

A website which has been designed to use cookies as part of its normal operation will use the cookies to report specific actions that the user has undertaken. A website can send its own cookie to a user's computer if the user's web browser preferences allow it. The user's web browser only permits a website to access the cookies it has already sent and not the cookies that have been sent by other websites.

 

How the SALEIE Website uses cookies

The cookies used by the SALEIE web site are created by the SALEIE web site itself and by Google Analytics.

The cookies created by the SALEIE web site are for the purpose of modifying the user experience through the Accessibility toolbar only.

In addition, the SALEIE web site uses Google Analytics as its analytics tool in order to identify web site use. The results of any analytics undertaken are for the purpose of collating statistics on how the web site is being used in order to improve future user experience and for the use of presenting anonymised web site use. For further information on how Google Analytics uses cookies, please visit the Google Analytics website.

Please note that if you delete or restrict cookies from the SALEIE web site, you may not be able to experience the accessibility features that the website offers.