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How we use cookies

We use cookies to:

  • Make our website function properly and continually improve it

  • Improve the speed and security of our website

  • Analyse user behaviour and pageviews etc. through Google Analytics (we do this anonymously)

  • Allow you to share relevant pages of our website on social networks

We do not use cookies to:

  • Collect personally identifiable or sensitive information without your permission

  • Pass personally identifiable information to advertising networks or third parties

Types of cookies we use

First party cookies
These are set by our website. They can only be read by our website.

Functional cookies
These help us to make your visits to our website more personal. For example, they can be used to remember if you’ve visited our website before so that you don’t see messages that are meant for new visitors.

Performance cookies
These help us to monitor user behaviour on our website – things like page views, how long people spend on our website and the technology (device and platform) they use to access it. We use Google Analytics to do this and it will set a cookie on your browser to gather information. We do this anonymously and do not collect personally identifiable information in the process.

Session cookies
These only last as long as you use our website. They will disappear from your computer or device when you close your web browser.

Strictly necessary cookies
These are the ones that allow you to use our website properly. Some essential features on our website will not work without these cookies.

Third party cookies
These are set by someone other than us. Our HIM TV page, for example, contains content from YouTube, which will set its own cookies. Also, if you share one of our web pages via social media e.g. Facebook or Twitter, they may set a cookie on your browser. We have no control over third party cookies but you can disable them in your browser. Doing so, however, may affect the functionality of our website.

More information about your privacy

Click on the links to read our privacy policy and terms and conditions.