What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a very small text file (they are often encrypted), usually containing a unique identifier, which is sent to the device that you are viewing a webpage on by the webpage itself, and which is stored on your device’s hard drive and then accessed by that website every time you return to that site. To ensure privacy, only the webpage that sent the cookie, can access it. They are used to enhance a visitor’s experience on a web page and also to collect data about how the website is used by visitors.
Cornish Rock Tors’ website utilises Google Analytics cookies to collect information about visitor behaviour and patterns (which pages are visited the most, how long a visitor spends on a page etc..). We use this data to tailor and improve what we offer, both in terms of our services and activities, and our online content. None of this information identifies you as an individual.
We do not use “Targeting Cookies” to serve adverts to you on other websites.
We also use the Facebook Pixel to collect similar information about visitor behaviour and patterns to allow us to optimise how we spend marketing budget on Facebook and Instagram.
Third Party Cookies
Some pages on the Cornish Rock Tors website feature content embedded from third party sites (Trip Advisor, YouTube etc…), and in these cases you may be presented with cookies from these sites. Cornish Rock Tors does not and cannot control dissemination of these cookies. Information about these cookies can be found on the websites whose content is embedded in our website.
Turning Off Cookies
New browsers give you the choice to turn off cookies, meaning that you will not receive cookies from any website. This will mean that you cannot access some areas of some websites, and will not enjoy the optium experience on many websites.
You can find more information about cookies, including how to turn them off and how to delete them from your browser cache at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/