Cookies at Cufflink
Helping restore the trust between companies and you
At Cufflink, we’re serious when it comes to Personal Information (or PI, for short) and how its storage and use can adversely impact the rights, interests and freedoms of Individuals.
We’re also serious when it comes to cookies and are very aware of how certain large organisations can use them to track and gather information.
We don’t track you!
When you visit our website, we only download strictly necessary cookies (needed to browse the website) and a few statistical cookies (to helps us improve our website functions). If you’re not comfortable with that, just turn them off using the cookie manager tool here.
Cookies are small text files that are put on your computer when you visit a website. They help the website function better by remembering things that might improve the overall experience when browsing the website.
Yes. Cookies can be first party or third-party, session specific or persistent, and strictly necessary, preference, statistical or Marketing.
Downloaded directly from the website you are visiting.
Downloaded by a 3rd party (i.e. advertiser or analytical system)
Temporary cookies that are removed when you close your browser (or browsing session)
These Cookies stay on your device until they expire (or you delete them)
Essential for you to browse the website.
Functionality cookies that remember your preferences (things like your country and language. However, they can also remember your region, usernames, and passwords)
Performance cookies that monitor anonymous use of the website
Tracker Cookies (Most tend to be 3rd party and persistent)
On our Website we use the following cookies:
|Cookie Preference||CookieControl||First Party, Preference, Persistent (90 Days expiry)||This remembers your cookie preference selection. Look here for more information.|
|Universal Analytics (Google)||_gid||First Party, Statistical, Persistent (1 day), anonymous||Anonymous Identifier provided by Google Universal Analytics to analyse website use. Look here for more information.|
|Universal Analytics (Google)||_ga||First Party, Statistical, Persistent (2 years), anonymous||Anonymous Identifier It is included in each page request in a site and used to calculate visitor, session and campaign data. Google Universal Analytics. Look here for more information.|
|Universal Analytics (Google)||_gat||First Party, Statistical, Persistent (10 minutes), anonymous||Anonymous Identifier used to throttle the request rate – limiting the collection of data on high traffic sites. Google Universal Analytics. Look here for more information|
Yes. You can change your cookie settings anytime by clicking on the cookie tool which can be found at the bottom left corner of your browser screen.
You can protect yourself further by using cookie controls within your web browser or by using cookie and data privacy-enhancing apps or extensions.
You can opt out of Google Analytics across all websites using this Chrome tool:
You can monitor tracking software using this DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials tool:
You can also find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers: