COOKIE POLICY

If your browser is set to accept cookies then you are consenting to the use of cookies on our website as laid down in this Privacy Statement.

What is a cookie?

A Cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on your computer by your web browser while you browsing. Cookies were designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites to remember browser information or to record your browsing activity. In order for our website to load and operate properly, some cookies are required.

If you do not consent to cookies.

So as not to consent to cookies, you will need to set your browser to reject cookies. This option is usually found in the settings/options/preferences, if in doubt, refer to the Help section in your browser. The effective operation of our website may be restricted if you do not consent to cookies.

By setting your web browser to accept cookies, you are also consenting to the use of cookies on our website. To withdraw this consent, you can cease to use our website, amend your cookies settings in your browser and then delete cookies before continuing with any further use.

Cookies outside the scope of Darlington Consulting

As well as “first party cookies” (cookies only placed and read by Darlington Consulting), a number of “third party cookies” may also be used. These “third party cookies” refer to sites like Google and you will need to read their Privacy Policies for further information so as to sure you are comfortable with their processing:

www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html

The use of cookies

Darlington Consulting uses cookies for the following purposes:

  • Analytics – this gives us non-personal information about how our website is used and our performance, this in turn enables us to learn how we can improve our services.
  • Website Optimisation – this helps us to improve how our website operates and to track problems but not track you.

For further information on cookies, please contact info@darlington.ie.