“Cookies” are small text files that websites save onto your device via your web browser. They are one of the most widely used technologies on the internet. Many essential website functions rely on cookies.
How we use these cookies
Many cookies on our websites perform essential functions and enable you to move around our websites and use their features. We refer to these cookies in this policy as “Strictly Necessary Cookies“
Other cookies are not essential but they help us understand how our website is used by visitors, so that we can improve what we do online. We use Web Analytics tools for this. They look at things like how long our website takes to load, how it is used, and what information visitors to our site look at most. This helps us to improve the way our website works, for example, by ensuring that you find what you are looking for easily. They also help identify any parts of our website that aren’t working as well as they should – so we can fix things and make our website better for you and other users. We refer to these cookies in this policy as “Analytics Cookies“.
Additional cookies allow our website to recognise you when you return to our website. This enable us to remember choices that you make (such as your language or the region you are in) and provide enhanced, more personal features. We refer to these cookies in this policy as “Functional Cookies“.
A further type of cookie lets us know how well our online advertising works, and where we should place our online advertisements. These cookies let us know if one of our advertisements on another website like Google or Yahoo has sent a visitor to Sease Website.
This type of cookie also helps us reach people who are more interested in Sease services. So if you visit Sease website you may see our advertisements on other sites. This is known as re-marketing or behavioural advertising and is used to make our advertising more relevant to your interests. We refer to these cookies in this policy as “Targeting Cookies“.
Types of cookies
Cookies fall into two general categories: first party cookies (which we set) and third-party cookies (which are set by third parties).
First party cookies
These cookies are set by us. For the most part, they enable essential functionality on our website.
Third-party cookies are not set by Sease, but by selected third parties with whom we work. Some of these third party cookies enable useful services, for example Live Chat (which lets you ask questions of a Sease expert). Others may be Analytics cookies, which we use to understand how our websites are used by visitors so that we can improve them. In the section below on “Managing cookies”, we explain how you can change your settings so that third parties know that you do not want to be tracked.
Social media cookies
Some pages on our website let you share our content through social media sites like LinkedIn and Twitter. Sometimes we may embed videos from sites such as YouTube. These sites set their own cookies, which we don’t control. Those social media sites may have their own cookies policies, which, if available, would normally be contained on their websites. You should carefully review those cookies policies to make sure that you are happy with them.
Cookies falling within the three categories above can be further categorised depending on if they are session cookies or permanent cookies.
These cookies expire when you close your browser (or if you stay inactive for a certain time).
These cookies persist even when the browser is closed. They’re used to remember you so that you don’t have to re-enter language information every time you visit a website.
The most popular web browsers all allow you to manage cookies.
How to manage cookies in different web browsers
Most browsers will allow you to turn off cookies. Please note that turning off cookies will restrict your use of our website.
The following links provide information on how to modify the cookies settings on some popular browsers:
- Apple Safari – (for iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch users) or (for Mac users)
- Google Chrome
- Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
More information about managing cookies
www.allaboutcookies.org is a useful resource with a lot of detailed information about cookies and how to manage them.
You can email our Team with any questions, comments or concerns at email@example.com or use the additional contact details. We will get back to you as soon as possible.