FIRST PARTY COOKIES
To make your experience of using our website, better.
To distinguish you from other users of the website and to tailor the service (including content, advertisements, language, currency) to your preferences or to avoid showing the same adverts repeatedly. This does not allow us to identify you personally as stated above.
Within registration to allow you to access stored information.
To allow you to carry information access pages of our website and avoid having to re-enter information.
To speed up searches.
To compile anonymous aggregated statistics which allow us to understand how users use our website and to help us improve the structure of our website.
To compile and monitor aggregated non-personalised information (such as anonymous statistics related to the take up or use of services, or to patterns of browsing) which allow us to understand how frequently particular pages and advertisements are viewed so that we can determine the most popular areas of the website, and generally to monitor usage of the website.
For system administration.
Certain non-personal information about users is recorded by the standard operation of Universal's internet servers. Examples of this type of information include the type of browsers being used, its operating system and the domain names (not e-mail addresses, where possible) of users.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Third parties including advertising networks, advertisers, third party service providers, third parties providing content plug-ins may use their own cookies.
The cookies will not collect or store information that will enable anyone to contact you via telephone, post, e-mail, or any other means.
To allow Push to detect and remember on subsequent visits the user's language preference. Not personally identifiable. To allow a session to 'stick' to a particular server in the Amazon cluster via a load balancer. Not personally identifiable.
To allow a user to be identified as previously logged in via the OpenDoor service where applicable. Not personally identifiable.
To allow a user to be logged in anonymously. Not personally identifiable.
To hold the Facebook OAUTH code for users logging in/using Facebook. The cookies will identify the Facebook App ID. Not personally identifiable.
Cookies from the twitter.com domain may be delivered as part of the 'login via twitter' button. They originate on Twitter and are used to identify the end user via their Twitter ID. Details at http://twitter.com/privacy Specifically _qca - is via Twitter and I s a cookie set by http://www.quantcast.com/
You can set you browser to refuse a cookies or ask your browser to show you where a cookie has been set up. Please note however that certain services on this website are only activated by the presence of a cookie so if you choose to block cookies, certain features of this website will not be available to you eg. if you wish to purchase any items on the Website you need to ensure that cookies are enabled. Cookies are used to remember the products you wish to purchase when you proceed to the checkout or when you add goods to your shopping basket and to provide essential security in relation to online transactions.
Find out how to disable/enable cookies by clicking on the "Manage Cookies" section of the Interactive Advertising Bureau UK website on the following link http://www.allaboutcookies.org
We may use Adobe Flash Player to display video or image content. It may not possible to block or restrict flash cookies using your browser settings. However information on how to control flash player privacy and security settings is available from the Adobe website at: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/security