What are cookies?
Two types of cookies are used on this website:
These are temporary cookies, which only exist in the period you access the website (or more strictly, until you close the browser after accessing the website). Session cookies help the MANDO website remember what you chose on the previous page, therefore avoiding having to re-enter information. On our website, these cookies do not contain personal information, and cannot be used to identify you.
These are cookies, which remain on your device after you have visited our website. These cookies help us identify you as a unique visitor (by storing a randomly generated number). The length of time a cookie will remain on your device will depend on the type of cookie. On our website, these cookies do not contain personal information, and cannot be used to identify you.
Our Cookies Policy
We do not store personally identifiable information in cookies we create, but we do use encrypted information gathered from them to help improve your experience of the site. Please note that cookies cannot harm your computer.
MANDO uses the following cookies on this website:
- Name: WRUID, _CT_Data, WRIgnore
- Usage: These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including: the number of visitors to the site; where visitors have come from and the pages they have visited. We use information collected by ClickTale to improve the user experience, understand how users engage with our website, compile reports and help us improve our website. WRUID is created when the user first visits the page, and expires after 12 months, _CT_Data expires after 365 days, and WRIgnore expires after 30 minutes.
- Name: IS_returning
- Usage: Crazy Egg is used to provide statistical information on site usage. This cookie expires after 1826 days
- Link: See http://www.crazyegg.com/privacy for more information.
- Name: Xb
- Usage: This is a third party cookie that is used by Flickr (Yahoo) through the image galleries on the website. This cookie expires after 730 days.
- Link: See http://info.yahoo.com/privacy/uk/yahoo/ for more information
- Name: _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz, _ga, _utmli, _utmv
- Usage: Google Analytics is used to provide statistical information on site usage including number of visits, page views and time spent on the site. _ga expires after 730 days, _utmli and _utmv expire after 30 minutes
- Name: hideCookieNotice, hideCookieBanner
- Usage: These are used to hide the notifications on case study pages and the banner at the top of all site pages. Both cookies expire after 365 days.
- Name: ACOOKIE, WT_FPC
- Usage: Webtrends is used to provide statistical information on site usage. ACOOKIE expires after 730 days, and WT_FPC expires at the end of the session.
- Link: See http://webtrends.com/terms-policies/privacy-statement for more information.
Updating your browser
Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies. If you’re using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Safari you should be able to configure your browser to restrict or block cookies, or you may wish to delete them, by changing your browser settings. Below are instructions to change your browser settings for the most commonly used browsers:
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Click the ‘Tools’ icon in the top right hand corner and select ‘Internet options’. In the pop up window select the ‘Privacy’ tab. This tab will allow you to change the security of your browser and the restrictions on cookies.
Click the spanner in the top right hand corner and select ‘Settings’. From here select ‘Under the hood’ and change the settings under ‘Privacy’.
From the drop down menu in the top left hand corner select ‘Options’. In the pop up window select the ‘Privacy’ tab. From here you can adjust your cookie settings.
From the settings drop down menu in the top right hand corner select ‘Preferences’. Select the ‘Security’ tab and from here you can adjust your cookie settings.
Each browser is different, so check the ‘Help’ menu of your particular browser (or your mobile phone’s handset manual) to learn how to change your cookie preferences. If you choose to disable cookies, you will still be able to browse the site and use it for research purposes.
If you’re not sure of the type and version of web browser you use to access the Internet:
- For PCs: click on ‘Help’ at the top of your browser window and select the ‘About’ option
- For Macs: with the browser window open, click on the Apple menu and select the ‘About’ option
Further information about cookies
If you would like to learn more about cookies and how to manage them visit www.aboutcookies.org (opens in a new window – please note that we can’t be responsible for the content of external websites).
We’re giving you this information as part of our initiative to comply with legislation, and to make sure we are clear about your privacy when using our website.