Cookie Policy

COOKIE POLICY
This declaration regarding cookies applies to the Fly the Flag website only. You are asked when opening a Fly the Flag website to agree the use of cookies.

WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are files or pieces of information that can be stored on your computer (or on other devices with internet access, such as a smartphone or tablet) when you visit the Fly the Flag website. A cookie usually contains the name of the website where the cookie comes from, the “lifetime” of the cookie (ie how long the cookie will remain on your computer / device) and a value that usually consists of a randomly generated unique number.

WHAT DO WE USE COOKIES FOR?
We use cookies to make the Fly the Flag easier to use and to better tailor the site to your interests and needs. Cookies can also be used to improve the speed of your future activities and sessions on our websites. We also use cookies to compile anonymous, aggregated statistics with which we can gain insight into the way people use our website, so that we can improve the structure and content of the websites. We can not personally identify you on the basis of this information.

COOKIES USED ON FLY THE FLAG
The table below gives an overview of the different types of cookies that we use on the Fly the Flag website, together with their respective purpose and duration (ie how long each cookie stays on your device / computer).

 

NECESSARY COOKIES

Who places the Cookie? Names of Cookie Description How long does the cookie remain?
Google Analytics _ga These are first-party cookies placed to get a better understanding of the behaviour of the visitor to this website. This will then improve the user experience on this website and on other channels used by this website. Up to 2 years
_gid
_gat
AMP_TOKEN
_gac_<property-id>

 

 

FUNCTIONAL COOKIES

Who places the Cookie? Names of Cookie Description How long does the cookie remain?
Twitter remember_checked_on These third party cookies are set when logging in/registering using Twitter Up to 10 years
personalization_id
external_referer
dnt
kdt
_twitter_sess
ads_prefs
twid
guest_id
auth_token
Facebook c_user These third party cookies are set when logging in/registering using Facebook Up to 2 years
datr
pl
sb
xs

 

 

OPTIMAL COOKIES

Who places the Cookie? Names of Cookie Description How long does the cookie remain?
Facebook fr These are third party cookies set so we can re-market adverts to you via Facebook Up to 2 years
c_user
datr
pl
sb
xs
Google  

NID

We use third party cookies to make advertising more engaging to users and more valuable to publishers and advertisers. Some common applications of cookies are to select advertising based on what’s relevant to a user; to improve reporting on campaign performance; and to avoid showing ads the user has already seen. 3 months
IDE
1P_JAR

 

 

This cookie statement was published on 10 December 2018. We are constantly working on supplementing and improving this. We therefore recommend reviewing this statement regularly to keep abreast of changes.