Cookies are small text files that are automatically placed onto your device by some websites that you visit. They are widely used to improve the performance of a website, for saving different options and to provide website owners with information on how the site is being used.
The cookies that we use can be broken into four categories:
1. Cookies which are necessary to run the websites
Some of our site cookies are essential to run the websites and without the acceptance or use of these cookies the website or elements of the website will not work. These include, but are not limited to:
Adding items to a shopping basket
Remembering items in a shopping basket if you leave the website
2. Cookies which are optional
All other cookies are optional and the removal of these cookies may decrease the usability or performance of our websites. Such optional cookies include,
but are not limited to:
Remembering that you are logged in across all of our websites
Your optional settings
Tracking usage of a website
3. Cookies which ensure value for money
4. Cookies which are from trusted third parties
We utilise the technology of third parties on a regular basis to ensure that we are using up to date systems which are managed by the best companies to provide us with the information that we need. This in turn means that there will be a number of third party cookies from our trusted suppliers used on our
websites. Each company is responsible for the cookies that they place onto your device and have separate policy documents to highlight their use.
Our list of trusted third parties who may deploy a cookie to your device, with a link to their cookie details is below:
Third party Policy location
Google Analytics https://www.google.com/policies/technologies/types/
What happens if you disable some or all of the cookies that Humanity First uses?
If you opt to disable some or all cookies, we are unable to guarantee that our websites will operate.
How do I manage my cookie settings?
Internet browsers (such as but not limited to Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera or Safari) will allow some control over most cookies through their settings. You will need to refer to the operating manual or review the settings of your browser software to identify what cookies are on your device and how to remove them.
Find out more about cookies and how to manage them. Some third parties may allow you to manage their cookies independently. Please refer to the list of third party providers above and confirm their respective policy pages for further information.