PRIVACY POLICY has created the present privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to privacy. The following discloses the information gathering and dissemination practices for this Website:

YOUR PRIVACY is fully committed to protecting the privacy of our site visitors and customers. We will not disclose information about our customers to third parties except where it is part of providing a service to you - e.g. arranging for a product to be sent to you, carrying out credit and other security checks and for the purposes of customer research and profiling or where we have your express permission to do so.


We will not sell your name, address, e-mail address, credit card information or personal information to any third party without your permission, but we cannot be responsible or held liable for the actions of third party sites from which you may have linked or been directed to the website.


If you have made a purchase from our store we may occasionally update you on our latest products, news and special offers via e-mail. You will also be given the opportunity to receive such communications from us when you become a member of All our clients will have the option to opt-out of receiving marketing communications from us and/or selected third parties. If you do not wish to continue to receive marketing from us you should opt-out by visiting 'your Account' on the website. You can access 'Your Account' once you register and login. Or click on the "unsubscribe" link in any email communications which we might send you.



"Cookies" are small piece of text sent to your browser by a website you visit. They help the website remember information about your visit, like your preferred language and other settings. That can make your next visit easier and the site more useful to you. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the web would be a much more frustrating experience.


Cookies can be most broadly distinguished in: first & third party cookies

First party cookies

First party cookies are set by the website, you are visiting and they can only be read by that site.

Third party cookies

Third party cookies are set by a different organisation to the owner of the website you are visiting. For example, the website might use a third party analytics company who will set their own cookie to perform this service.


Session cookies

Session Cookies are stored only temporarily during a browsing session and are deleted from the user’s device when the browser is closed.

Persistent cookies

This type of cookie is saved on your computer for a fixed period (usually a year or longer) and is not deleted when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies are used where website need to know who you are for more than one browsing session.

Flash cookies

Many websites use Adobe Flash Player to deliver video and game content to their users. Adobe utilise their own cookies, which are not manageable through your browser settings but are used by the Flash Player for similar purposes, such as storing preferences or tracking users.
Flash Cookies work in a different way to web browser cookies (the cookie types listed above are all set via your browser); rather than having individual cookies for particular jobs, a website is restricted to storing all data in one cookie. You can control how much data can be stored in that cookie but you cannot choose what type of information is allowed to be stored.

Site performance cookies

This type of cookie remembers your preferences for tools found on the website, so you don't have to re-set them each time you visit.
Examples include:

  • volume settings for our video player
  • whether you see the latest or the oldest article comments first
  • video streaming speeds that are compatible with your browser

Anonymous analytics cookies

Every time someone visits some websites, software provided by another organisation generates an anonymous analytics cookie'.
These cookies can tell whether or not you have visited the site before. Your browser will tell if you have these cookies and, if you don't, we generate new ones.
This allows us to track how many individual users a website has, and how often they visit the site.
Unless you are signed in to a website these cookies cannot be used to identify individuals. They are used to gather statistics, for example, the number of visits to a page. If you are logged in, websites will also know the details you gave for this, such as your username and email address.

Geo-targeting cookies

These cookies are used by software which tries to work out what country you are in from the information supplied by your browser when you click on a web page. This cookie is completely anonymous, and it is used only to help target content - such as whether you see our UK or US home page - and advertising.

Registration cookies

When you register with a particular site, some cookies are generated to let webmasters know whether you are signed in or not.
Servers use these cookies to work out which account you are signed in with, and if you are allowed access to a particular service. It also allows us to associate any comments you post with your username.
If you have not selected 'keep me signed in', your cookies get deleted when you either close your browser or shut down your computer.
  While you are signed into either of the sites, information from your registration cookies might be combined with analytics cookies, which can be used to identify which pages you have seen on the site.

First party advertising cookies

These cookies allows the website you are visiting to know whether or not you've seen an advert or a type of advert, and how long it is since you've seen it.
Advertising cookies also help in terms of targeted advertising. The website may use cookies set by another organization so that can more accurately target advertising to you. For example, they may show adverts about holidays if you have recently visited the travel section of the site. These cookies are anonymous – they store information about what you are looking at on our site, but not about who you are. The site you are visiting might also set anonymous cookies on certain other sites that they advertise on. If you receive one of those cookies, they may then use it to identify you as having visited one given site if you later come back to them. They can then target their advertising based on this information.

Third party advertising cookies

A lot of the advertisements you see on websites you are visiting are provided by other organisations. Some of these organisations use their own anonymous cookies to track how many people have seen a particular ad, or to track how many people have seen it more than once.

Other third party cookies

On some pages of our website, other organisations may also set their own anonymous cookies. They do this to track the success of their application, or to customise the application for you. Because of how cookies work, our website cannot access these cookies, nor can the other organisation access the data in cookies we use on our website.
For example, when you share an article using a social-media sharing button (for example, Facebook), the social network that has created the button will record that you have done this.

What types of cookie do we use on our website?

A visit to a page on our website may generate the following types of cookie:

  • Anonymous analytical cookies

How do I turn cookies off?

It is usually possible to stop your browser accepting cookies, or to stop it accepting cookies from a particular website. However, we cannot tell if you are signed in without using cookies, so you would not be able to post comments. All modern browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. You can usually find these settings in the 'options' or 'preferences' menu of your browser. To understand these settings, the following links may be helpful, or you can use the 'Help' option in your browser for more details.

Deactivate Cookies in Google Chrome
  1. Launch Google Chrome
  2. Click the button in the browser toolbar next to the URL bar
  3. Select Settings
  4. Click show Advanced Settings
  5. Go to "Privacy" section and click content settings
  6. In the "cookie" section you can change the following cookie preferences:
    • Allow local data to be set
    • Keep local data only until you quit the browser
    • Block sites from setting any data
    • Manage exceptions
    • Remove one or more cookies

For more information please visit this page.

Deactivate Cookies in Mozilla Firefox
  1. Launch Mozilla Firefox
  2. Click the button in the browser toolbar next to the URL bar
  3. Select Settings
  4. Select the Privacy panel
  5. Click show Advanced Settings
  6. Click Content Settings in "privacy" section
  7. In the "tracking" section you can change the following cookie preferences::
    • Tell sites that I do not want to be tracked
    • Tell sites that I want to be tracked
    • Do not tell sites anything about my tracking preferences
  8. In the "History" section you can:
    1. Enable custom settings, accept third-party cookies (always, from most visited sites or never) and keep them for a given time (until they expire, you close Firefox or ask every time).
    2. Show stored cookies and remove them

For more information please visit this page.

Deactivate Cookies in Internet Explorer
  1. Launch Internet Explorer
  2. Click the Tools button and then click Internet options
    • Click the "Privacy" tab and then under Settings move the slider from top to
    • Allow all cookies
    • Block all cookies
    • Select determined websites from which allowing cookies: move the slider to a position between the top and bottom so you're not blocking or allowing all cookies.

For more information please visit this page.

Deactivate Cookies in Safari
  1. Launch Safari
  2. Click on the top-left Safari button, choose preferences and go to Privacy panel
  3. In the cookie section please select how to manage cookies
  4. To check which cookies have been stored click details

For more information please visit this page.

Deactivate Cookies in Opera
  1. Launch Opera
  2. Click on the top-left Opera button and choose preferences
  3. Click Security and Preferences. In the cookie section you can:
    1. Allow local data to be set
    2. Keep local data only until you quit the browser
    3. Block sites from setting any data
    4. Block third-party cookies
    5. Manage exception

For more information please visit this page.