Information we collect
As you browse this website, our web server collects information about your visit. This site uses Google Analytics cookies to collect information such as:
- number of people who visit the website
- date and time of visits
- number of pages viewed
- amount of time spent on the website
- which pages are visited
- visitor IP addresses
- details of which browsers are used to view the website.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of text information, stored as a file and placed on your device by a website. Once a cookie is placed on your device, a website can recognise and identify your device, for example, if you visit the site again. The cookies used on this website can be categorised in the following way:
Performance cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for instance which pages visitors go to most often, and if they get error messages from web pages. These cookies don’t collect any information that identifies a visitor. All the information that these cookies collect is anonymous and will only be used to improve how the website works.
These cookies record your visit to our website, the pages you have visited, the material you have downloaded and the links you have followed. Paradigm Norton use the Google Analytics service to report this information. Your IP address is also transmitted to Google Inc. who use it to determine the regional location (e.g. the city/town) from which you visited the website.
These cookies will be used for the purpose of:
- Site analysis performance. These cookies enable a website to recognise and count the number of visitors to the site, and how users move around the site from one page to another. This information is used to help improve the way a website works for example, by ensuring users are finding what they are looking for in a way that is easy and intuitive.
- User behaviour – tracking. Behavioural tracking cookies track a user’s behaviour across a number of sites. These are used to display advertisements that are most likely to lead to catching a website user’s attention. Targeted cookies can also identify browsing habits when visiting different websites to understand what a user is interested in, and therefore display adverts that are more likely to interest them.
- Third party cookies. Cookies are usually set by a website visited by the user – the website address displayed in the URL window – and are solely relevant to use of that website.Third party cookies however are cookies set by a website in order that advertisers can ‘track’ your visits and browsing habits on other third party websites which they also advertise on. Third party cookies can be disabled through your web browser.
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Last updated: 3rd January 2019