What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that our website or services provided for us by other companies put on your computer. The information in them helps us to improve your experience of using our website and learning with us. Many of our cookies are deleted when you log out of your learning or close your web browser. None of our cookies contain any of your personally identifiable information.
If you are not happy, then you should either not use our website, set your web browser to not accept cookies from Arctic Frontiers or use your web browser’s anonymous browsing setting (this is called ‘Incognito’ in Google Chrome, ‘InPrivate’ in Internet Explorer and ‘Private Browsing’ in Firefox).
For more information on cookies, how to control the use of them in your browser and how to browse the internet anonymously visit the All About Cookies website.
Cookies in use:
We use Google Analytics to understand how our website is being used in order to improve the user experience. We only record anonymous user data; we can’t identify what an individual user does on our website. For more information on how Google protects your data see Safeguarding your data content. To permanently opt-out of Google Analytics for the web visit the Google Analytics opt-out page and install the add-on for your browser.
Social network cookies
Some pages on our website(s) contain social network ‘share’ or ‘like’ buttons. The social network may set a cookie (or cookies) on your PC when you click on one of these buttons.
In order to implement these buttons on our website(s) we use code which is hosted by the relevant social network. If you are a member of some of these networks they may use this code to track that you have visited our website(s) whether you click the buttons or not.
We do not control these cookies or the underlying code. You should check the privacy statement of the relevant social network before clicking them and/or to find out how they track their members’ behaviour using these elements and how to opt out of this functionality.