These technologies store or access information on your device. They help us remember something about you or your device.
This policy explains what technologies we use. You can use the tools below and your device settings to control your preferences.
The technologies we use fall into the following categories:
We need to use these technologies to make our websites and apps work and to run our business. They let you move from one page to another, use our services, and help us secure and optimise our services.
If you block these technologies in your device or browser settings, our services might not work for you.
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We use these technologies to see how you use our websites and apps. This tells us how to give you a better experience (for example, by telling us if one of our features isn’t working well for you).
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We and our advertising suppliers use these technologies to personalise the advertising you see. They work by seeing how you use our services and other websites. They use that information to predict what might interest you. You might see personalised advertising on our services, on other websites or in marketing emails.
These technologies let you set and store your preferences on our websites and apps (for example, when you log in the post comments). We also use them to detect bugs and make our websites and apps work better.
Sometimes we advertise on social media. We use these technologies so that social media platforms can recognise you as one of our users and display advertising to you on our behalf.
Social media platforms also use these technologies on our websites and apps when you use your social media account to log in to our services. Sometimes they gather information about your behaviour to display personalised advertising to you.
We regularly change how we use these technologies. We’ll keep you up to date on what we’re doing by updating this page, so make sure you check back often.
Updated: 30 March 2020