Follow one of the links below for further information:
- What is a cookie?
- What cookies do we use?
- How to manage cookies
You're probably already aware that cookies are simply small text files stored on your computer when you visit different web pages and can be read using the Notepad programme on your PC. Typically cookies contain two pieces of information - a site name and a unique ID. The cookie then sends this information back to the originating web site when you visit it again.
As most web browsers have cookies already enabled, should you decide you'd rather this not be the case, it's easy enough to turn them off by going to 'tools' at the top of your browser. Please note that cookies can't harm your computer or your files.
Cookies make the interaction between users and websites faster and easier, and help to improve websites. Without cookies, a web site could not remember a user's preferences or registration details for a future visit.
We have classified our cookies according to the categories proposed by the International Chamber of Commerce.
None of the cookies used on our websites gather personal information about you.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are essential for the operation of our websites. They:
- Check if a user has closed the Cookie and/or Alert Notification bar at the top of the site.
- Verify that when you submit a form that it originates from you and not a fraudulent source
These cookies collect information about how our websites is used. The purpose of these cookies is to help us improve our website, and to report website usage for reasons such as rights reporting to music collecting societies. They:
- Integrate Google Analytics to help us collect anonymous data on website visitors that help us improve our services
Thank you for taking the time to read this information. We are updating you as part of an initiative to comply with recent legislation change but mostly because we want to make sure we are being honest and clear about your privacy when using our website.