What are cookies?
A cookie is a file that is downloaded to your computer or other device you are using (a smartphone, tablet, connected TV, etc.) when you access certain websites or applications. Cookies allow, but are not limited to, the collection of statistical information, the provision of certain technical features, the storage and retrieval of information about the browsing habits or preferences of a user or his/her computer and, depending on the information they contain and the way in which the computer is used, may be used to recognise the user. A cookie is stored on your computer to identify your browser while you interact with Keith Baddeley’s website. A website may set a cookie in your browser if your browser’s preferences allow it. A browser only allows a website to access the cookies it sets, not those set by other websites.
Why are cookies important?
Keith Baddeley uses these cookies for operational reasons (e.g. session cookies) and for ease of use, to make web browsing easier and more user-friendly, for example, to remember aspects of the user such as language, country, browser, etc. Certain cookies are essential for you to use Keith Baddeley’s services.
Types of cookies
Technical cookies help improve service quality, including storing user preferences, search results, and tracking user trends.
Statistical cookies collect information about the date the site was visited, the URL and the title of the visited web page. Any reports generated from this information will be purely statistical and will provide anonymous information about browsing behaviour.
Session cookies store information about the type of user, saving the user’s nickname to avoid entering it page by page. Encrypted information and information about the user’s favourites are also stored.
Analytical cookies are used to track the search engine from which the website was visited and what search terms were used to find it. They calculate the time spent on the site in each session and the number of times the user has visited the page.
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The cookies used on Keith Baddeley’s website are persistent, i.e. they are permanently installed in your browser and are activated each time you visit the website, provided that you do not disable their use.
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Keith Baddeley thanks you for consenting to accept cookies. This helps him obtain more accurate data used to improve the content and design of these web pages to suit your preferences.