Effective 25th November 2020
Last updated: 25th February 2021.
What are cookies?
To expand your knowledge, we have defined cookies further, highlighted the various types of cookies and the purpose they serve in a broad sense in an article we’ve written here.
The cookies our website uses
|To check if a user’s browser accepts cookies
|A cookie set by our WordPress theme so users can view our page as per our theme settings
|To store user’s cookie consent preferences
|Cookies (2) set by a WordPress plugin to help users navigate our website
|Stores the URL of the Gravatar image to show on login page
|Stores the WordPress.com display name to show on the login page
|A cookie set by a WordPress plugin for the functionality of our contact forms
Third party cookies
Our website uses an affirmative action opt-in checkbox for cookie consent. This box pops up on a user’s first visit to the website and any subsequent visit after a user has deleted cookies from their browser. The consent form will not pop up again after a user’s first visit unless they delete the cookies from their browser or visit from a different browser.
Opt out of cookies
For a user to opt out of having our cookies on their device they will need to delete cookies from their browser in the first instance, below is this process on some of the more common browsers:
Once a user has done this any subsequent visit to our website will be met with the aforementioned Cookie Consent opt-in box. At this point a user needs to click the ‘reject’ option. Alternately a user can click on ‘learn more and settings’ to opt out of certain cookies being placed on their browser.
Given the nature of our work we have written about the considerations internet users should have in relation to cookies. We’re proud to share these tips and considerations here. This article contains the path to where users can manage their browser’s cookie permissions long term.
Changes to this Policy
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Park Ridge, QLD, 4125