What are cookies and why do we use them?
There are many benefits to this. For example, every time you visit our site, we can log you in automatically, and remember your preferences. Plus, we can keep you logged in as you move around the site and give you a personal experience.
What are the different types of cookies?
These cookies are only stored on your device (which may mean a desktop computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone) during a single visit to the site (called a ‘browser session’). They do not do anything unless you are actively browsing, and they are deleted as soon as you close your browser.
For example: a session cookie allows you to move from page to page without having to repeatedly log into the site.
These remain on your device until they are set to expire, or you choose to delete them from your browser cache. They are activated each time you visit the website that created them.
For example: a persistent cookie lets us remember you when you return, helps analyze your behaviour while you are on the site, and lets us identify any problems.
Both session cookies and persistent cookies are first-party cookies which belong to Skyshots Imagery Limited T/A TTTNW.
First-party cookies are cookies that belong to Skyshots Imagery Limited T/A TTTNW whereas third-party cookies are cookies that another party places on your browsing device through our websites. Third-party cookies will be providing a service to Skyshots Imagery Limited T/A TTTNW or a function to us but Skyshots Imagery Limited T/A TTTNW cannot control how those third-party cookies are used.
For example: third-party cookies are used for both advertising services and on-site functionality.
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