Cookies on Wildgoose
This site, like many others, uses small files called cookies to help customise your experience.
This page contains information about cookies, the cookies used by Wildgoose and how to turn cookies off in your browser. If this page does not provide the information you were looking for, or you would like to find out more on how cookies are used on Wildgoose, please send an email to email@example.com with the subject of Cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files stored in by your browser on your computer. mobile phone or tablet. They allow websites to store things like display preferences and shopping carts.
By visiting pages on the Wildgoose Scotland website a cookie may be generated for the following types of cookies.
- Anonymous analytics cookies
- Third party cookies
Anonymous analytics cookies
Every time a person visits our website a anonymous analytics cookies is created. These cookies help us track certain metrics about our website, such as what pages people view the most and which pages quickly jump off from and these statistics help us improve the service that we provide.
These cookies cannot be used to identify individuals, they are solely for the collection of statistical information about this website and how people are browsing it.
Third party cookies
On some pages, third parties may also set some anonymous cookies, for several purposes such as tailoring their service better for you.
For example, when clicking a "like" button on a news article, Facebook will record this action using a cookie.
Turning Cookies off
It is possible to stop your browser accepting cookies from any website, this on included. Below are some links to third party sites detailing how to change your browser settings (Wildgoose takes no responsibility for the content of these or any third party site linked from us.)
If advertising tracking cookies are your main concern, these can be turned off by going to the Your Online Choices Site