On some of our sites, we may use technologies to automatically collect data through our services. Information collected in this manner may include user and usage details, geolocation, IP addresses, as well as information gathered through Internet cookies, web beacons, and various tracking technologies.
Our website uses Google Analytics cookies, which help us better understand our existing and potential clients by analyzing our website’s statistics. This allows us to provide better content and website navigation, and improve our products and services.
The Google Analytics tool primarily uses first-party cookies which help us gather information on how our online visitors interact with our website. The information collected in this way, cannot be attributed to a specific person, and is used only for the collection of statistical data that helps us see numbers of visits, page hits and which pages are being viewed. To do this, the Google Analytics tool stores IP addresses, which cannot be linked to any individual.
The Google Analytics tool code is incorporated into our website’s code, which means that our website serves the cookies, but that Google can access those cookies. This allows us to access statistical reports provided by Google Analytics on the usage of our website.
If you no longer wish to be tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, you can do it here.
To find out more, please refer to Google’s Legal Notes regarding the use of Google Analytics.