What are cookies?
Cookies are small amounts of text data created by websites and stored on your computer or mobile device by your web browser. These cookies can save your settings on a website and are used to deliver a more efficient and enjoyable website experience by storing information about how you use the website. For example, storing your login details and thus removing the need to login every time you visit the website or storing information on the pages you visited which allows us to suggest related content based on a previous visit.
There are two types of cookies: (i) First-party cookies which are set by the website you are visiting and (ii) Third-party cookies which come from other websites e.g. ads embedded on a page using Google AdSense.
What types of cookies does Educate Magis use?
Google Analytics – We use Google Analytics to measure how users interact with website content. These cookies do not collect personal information about visitors and use an anonymous identifier to distinguish visitors. See more on Google Analytics Cookie Usage
Are cookies harmful?
Cookies cannot access any information on your computer other than the information you have openly disclosed to the website which sent the cookies to your computer. Cookies can’t be executed as code and as such cannot distribute viruses.
What are cookies used for?
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Changing your cookie settings
To learn more about cookies, how to change your cookie settings or block cookies altogether, please visit https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/online/cookies/. Please remember that blocking cookies may alter your experience as a member of this community.