Dive into the detail around how cookies are used on Apprentice
WHAT IS A COOKIE?
Cookies are small files that websites send to your computer when
you use the internet. They enable a website to remember who you
are. These cookies store and sometimes track information about your
use of the Site.
Information from cookies may include information relating to
your use of our websites; information about your computer, such as
your internet (IP) address; browser type (such as Internet
Explorer, Microsoft Edge or Firefox) and geographic data.
extra Card namely OneVoice Digital Limited (registered in England
under number 10842253) whose registered office is at 196 Deansgate,
Manchester, M3 3WF) ("we") .
WHAT SORT OF COOKIE DO WE USE?
Cookies which are used by us are called "First Party cookies".
Cookies which are used by others are called "Third Party cookies".
Third Party Cookies enable third party features or functionality to
be provided on or through the website (e.g. like advertising,
interactive content and analytics). The parties that set these
third-party cookies can then identify your computer both when you
visit our website and also when you visit other websites that use
the same third party cookies.
Some of the cookies we use last only for the time when you visit
our website. They expire when you close your browser. These are
called "Session Cookies".
Other cookies are used where you ask us to remember you, so that
the next time you visit our website we can provide you with a
better experience. Those cookies will last for a longer duration.
Below, we give you more details about the different kinds of
cookies, how they work and what we use them for.
Strictly Necessary: These cookies are strictly necessary to
provide you with the features and services available through our
website. We use these cookies to enable us to remember things about
you such as your login details, where you have logged in. This
means that even if you navigate away from the website temporarily,
we are able to identify you as being logged in. We also use these
cookies to help us keep your data safe and secure.
Performance cookies: We use these cookies to enhance the
performance of our website. They are not essential to its use. If
you do not accept these cookies, you will not be able to use some
functionality. Performance cookies allow us to collect information
about how you use our website. Performance cookies enable us to
improve the quality of our website. Performance cookies monitor
which website you arrived from and help us improve the website by
recording which pages you visit and whether you experienced any
errors while browsing our website. The information collected is
aggregated and is therefore anonymous to us.
Functionality cookies: We use these cookies to enhance the
functionality of our website. They are not essential in order to
use our website. If you do not accept these cookies, you will not
be able to use some functionality. Functionality cookies provide
you with improved functionality to our website. These cookies allow
you to access additional services. These cookies enhance your
future visits to our website. Functionality cookies remember your
language preference, your privacy settings and integrate your use
of this website with social media. If you accept these cookies,
these cookies may share information with suppliers who provide
services on our website, such as those who collect payments on our
behalf when you buy a service on our website. The information
shared is only used to provide the service and not for any other
Analytics and customisation cookies: These cookies collect
information which we use to help understand how our website is
being used. We also use the information to determine how effective
our marketing campaigns are. We use the information to help us
customise our website for you. The information collected is
aggregated and is therefore anonymous to us.
Advertising and sharing cookies: We use these cookies to make
advertising messages more relevant to you. These cookies perform
functions such as ensuring that the same advertisement does not
continuously appear. They ensure that advertisements are properly
displayed, and in some cases select advertisements that are based
on your interests.
These cookies may also provide information to social networks
such as Facebook, Instagram and other platforms about your visit to
our website so that those social media networks can present you
with advertisements related to our services which may be of
interest to you.
We use our own advertising and sharing cookies to track the
purchases you make and when you access a discount or offer. If you
opt out of our advertising and sharing cookies, you will be still
able to access our websites, but you will not be able to access the
discounts and offers available to members.
Social networking cookies: We use these cookies to enable you to
use social network sites to share pages and content on our website
that you find interesting.
Cookies are used on many websites.
functionality and also analyse user behaviour to improve our
You may block cookies by adjusting settings on your browser. You
cannot reject Strictly Necessary Cookies. However, if you restrict
our cookies you may not be able to access parts of our site. Unless
issue cookies as soon you visit our website. You can however delete
When you first visit our site a pop-up header will be generated
that you change your cookie settings at some time.
TYPES OF COOKIES AND HOW WE USE THEM
Below you can find out details about the cookies we use and
Type of cookie
Where are these cookies from?
Names of cookies in this category
Typekit by Adobe
Apprentice extra Consent
Analytics + customisation
Google Analytics, GA Audiences, Quantcast
Advertising + sharing
Facebook, Google, Quantcast
Facebook Custom Audiences, DoubleCLick, Quantcast
Facebook Connect, Sharethis
WAYS IN WHICH YOU CAN REFUSE OR CONTROL
the Site to you.Ways in which you can Refuse or Control Cookies
However, you can block or delete strictly necessary cookies and
all other cookies by changing your browser settings, as described
The "Help" section on the menu bar of most internet browsers
will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new
cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new
cookie and how to disable cookies altogether.
Should you have any concerns with our cookies policy please
write to us at: email@example.com.
You also can manage your cookies preferences using the following
links for some of the most popular internet browsers:
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To find out more about cookies and about using your browser
settings to control cookies please visit: www.allaboutcookies.org