What are cookies?
Cookies come in a few different flavours;
- Persistent cookies are used to retain user preferences, relating to a particular website you visit. This can be things like whether you want to be logged in automatically when you visit the website, or whether you’ve already been asked to take part in a survey for example. Persistent cookies exist on your machine for a pre-set length of time.
- Session cookies are used to retain information during a particular time you’ve used a website; this can be things like storing the contents of your shopping basket on an e-commerce site. They are deleted as soon as you close your browser.
- Third-party cookies are used by advertisers and social networks to learn about your browsing habits to help deliver relevant advertising and content to you. This, for example means you could be more likely to see adverts for shops you already shop at.
What cookies do we use on our site?
On 3squared.com we use Persistent and Session cookies. Due to the social media content you’ll find on our articles , you may also receive Third-party cookies while using 3squared.com.
Below is a list of cookies used by 3squared.com
Third party cookies
Some third party cookies may be set on your computer by social media websites and our advertising partners. These are used to better understand your interests so that they can market more relevant content to you at another time, in much the same way a supermarket loyalty card analyses your shopping bill and will market relevant discount offers to you based on the products you bought. This is called Behavioural Advertising.
If you would like more information about behavioural advertising and how it affects your privacy, please take a look at www.youronlinechoices.com/uk. You can even choose to opt-in or out of a variety of different ad networks on this page; http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices.
Changing your settings
We have provided links below to instructions for all the major browsers on how to change your cookie settings.
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