What are cookies
A cookie (HTTP Cookie), is a term for a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the computer by the web browser while the user is browsing. A cookie file is stored in your web browser. It’s main function is to allow the browser to tailor websites to the preferences of the user, for example, keeping items in a shopping cart when you click off a webpage. Cookies are stores of data which can store information on where a user has been, such as specific pages they have visited or the most visited pages. This can help the websites hosts tailor their website to their users.
The types of cookies we use on our website and their roles are shown below:[a] Performance - these cookies measure how often you visit our site and how often you use it. We use this to gain a better understanding of how users engage with our site and to provide improvements based off of this information. For the purpose of an all round better user experience. Alongside this we use third-party cookies, such as, Google Analytics, which gives us information on area including, which pages users moved between. [b] Functionality - these cookies act as a way of recognising a specific user and their preferences or settings when returning to a site. For example, depending on where you are based this type of cookie will help provide the user with the correct page for their location, such as UK pages for users based in the United Kingdom. [c] Advertising - these cookies are used to collect information about a users visit to our site, the content viewed, the links followed and the information about your browser/device.
In addition to our own cookies, we may use third-party cookies. These will come from third-party providers including Google Analytics.
Your control over cookies
You can manage browser cookies through your browser settings. The ‘Help’ feature on most browsers will inform you on how to prevent your browser from accepting cookies, how to disable cookies, and any other relevant information regarding cookies.
Please note, however, should you wish to disable all cookies on your browser neither Inventas nor third-parties will transfer cookies to your browser. As a result, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit the site and some of the features may not work correctly.