MyTime Cookies Policy
This Cookies Policy relates to our website at www.mytimeto.co.uk and/or any of our other online or mobile content and services (collectively, the “Site”).
About cookies generally
Cookies are widely used to allow websites to function efficiently. A “cookie” is a small text file that (depending on your browser settings) is deposited on the hard drive of your computer, mobile phone or other device when you visit a website. The cookie may be sent back to that site when you visit again, and may then be used by the server to identify and track your use of the website.
Cookies last for various durations. For example, a “session cookie” is a temporary cookie that only remains in your browser until you leave a site. A “persistent” cookie is stored by your browser until its set expiry date (unless you delete it before the expiry date).
In this Cookies Policy, where the context allows, references to “cookies” include any tools that collect information from your device about your browsing activity.
In general, we use certain types of cookies:
to identify you as you use the Site;
(where applicable) to help us authenticate you as a registered member and to give you access to your user profile;
to personalise your experience of the Site; and
to compile anonymous statistics about the use of the Site.
In other words, these cookies are functional cookies to facilitate your use of the Site or analytical cookies that allow us to assess how the Site is used. They do not contain any information that, in itself, personally identifies you and do not provide us with access to the rest of your device. We may, however, associate the information contained in cookies with personal information that you have provided to us separately.
Our own cookies
Here is a list of our own cookies that we use on the Site:
We may introduce further types of cookie from time to time to improve your experience of the Site. If we do so, we shall provide details of any such usage on the Site.
Here is a list of the Google Analytics cookies used via the Site:
Other third-party cookies
Rejecting and deleting cookies
To learn how to reject or delete cookies, we recommend that you consult the “Help” function of your internet browser or, for a mobile phone or other device, your device manual. Further information on rejecting and deleting cookies is provided on www.aboutcookies.org. For further information on managing behavioural advertising, please visit www.youronlinechoices.com/uk.
If, however, you decide to disable or delete any cookies, some parts or features of the Site (especially interactive features) may not work properly. Disabling or deleting cookies may also affect your ability to use other online or mobile sites.
How to contact us
Changes to this Cookies Policy
We may at any time update or otherwise modify this Cookies Policy. We shall notify you of any changes to our Cookies Policy by posting the modified Cookies Policy on the Site.
Last modified: Feb 10 2016