What is a cookie?
Cookies are small files of letters and numbers that are downloaded onto your computer or mobile or other handheld device when you access certain websites. Cookies allow a website to recognise a user’s device and help your browser navigate through the website by allowing you to log in automatically or remembering settings you selected during earlier visits (among other functions). Cookies do not harm your computer. If you would like to learn more about cookies in general you can visit www.allaboutcookies.org
We use “cookies” to collect information from visitors to our websites and registered customers.
Our servers use two different types of cookies. The first type is known as a “session-based” cookie and is allocated to your PC only for the duration of your visit to our website. It helps you to move around the website faster. This cookie automatically expires when you close down your browser.
The second type of cookie known as a “persistent” cookie is allocated to your PC. This cookie will remain on your PC for a period of time.
This cookie allows us to:
limit how often you see particular advertisements or announcements on our website
provide you with relevant self-help information
track where you have come from if you have come to our website from another website
track how many times you visit a page or advertisement
The cookies we Use on our site are:
– ja_minisite_tpl is needed to run the site
– __utma, __utmb, __utmc and__utmz: used for Google Analytics
– rID: eForensics product cookie
We do not store information regarding your telephone number, account or payment details in the cookie, and this information cannot be accessed using it. Axia’s cookies do not collect any information regarding the use of your PC or your Internet browsing in any way.
Please note that as the cookie is based on your PC, we will not find it if you visit our websites using a different PC to the one you registered on.
How do you disable cookies?
All types of cookies can be removed from your PC but there may be some deterioration in the service you receive (for example, you may receive many pop up boxes containing the same advertisements or you may not be able to access a page you earlier personalised).
Your browser lets you choose whether to accept, not to accept or to be warned before accepting cookies. These settings can be found in the advanced preferences
In Internet Explorer select: Tools menu / Internet options / Privacy
In Chrome select: Options / Under the Bonnet/ Content Settings/ Cookies
In Firefox select: Tools menu / Options / Privacy / Cookies