Cookie Policy

Protecting the privacy of clients and users Daniel Brewer takes the privacy of its clients and users of its website very seriously. Our policy sets out how we manage information about visitors to our site.

Collection of personal information

Information collected and stored by us during normal use of the site is used to monitor and analyse how the various pages within the site are used. This process does not result in any personally identifiable data being collected or stored.

On some pages, visitors can submit personal information to Daniel Brewer in order for us to send you further information, contact you, or include you within our marketing. These pages include explanations about how this information will be used.

We will not disclose any of the personal information we collect about you to any third parties without first obtaining your consent.

When you make an enquiry or request through our website, your information will be passed directly to the relevant person within Daniel Brewer. By submitting any personal information to us online, you consent to it being processed in this way.

If you have submitted pesonal information using our websites and do not want it to be used in the above manner, please let us know by emailing info@danielbrewer.co.uk

Cookies

Cookies are text files that contain small bits of information. These are downloaded to your computer, tablet PC or smartphone whenever you visit a website.

These cookies are automatically read on subsequent revisits to that particular website, or any other website capable of reading them.

Cookies perform all kinds of jobs. These include allowing you to to navigate between pages more efficiently, learning and storing your preferences, and generally making your browsing experience easier and smoother. Another thing they can do is help ensure the advertisements you see online are more relevant to you.

Generally, there are four types of cookies:

Type 1. Cookies for more efficient browsing
Type 2. Cookies linked to performance
Type 3. Cookies linked to functionality
Type 4. Cookies linked to targetting of advertising profile

Type 1. Cookies for more efficient browsing

This type of cookie is vital for allowing you to browse our website and use its features properly. This includes accessing secure areas and continuing to be informed if you have opted in to our email alerts.

By using our website on your computer, tablet PC or smartphone, you agree that we can use this type of cookie on your devices.

Type 2. Cookies linked to performance

This type of cookie collects information about how visitors use our website. This includes includes, for example, the pages visitors go to most often.

These cookies don not collect any information that identifies a visitor. All information collected by these cookies is aggregated and is, as a result, anonymous. Basically, they are only used to improve how a website works.

By using our website on your computer, tablet PC or smartphone, you agree that we can use this type of cookie on your devices.

Type 3. Cookies linked to functionality

This type of cookie allows our website to remember choices visitors make. This includes information such as user name and password. They make for an enhanced experience and personalise our features.

These cookies can also be used to remember changes you have made to text size, fonts and other aspects of browsing that you are able to customise to make browsing easier for you.

They may also be used to provide services users ask for, including watching videos or making comments on a blog. The information collected by these cookies may be anonymous and they aren't able to record your activity on other websites.

By using our website on your computer, tablet PC or smartphone, you agree that we can use this type of cookie on your devices.

Type 4. Cookies linked to targetting of advertising profile

Type 4 cookies are used to deliver advertising relevant to you, your browsing habits and your interests. They can also control the number of times you see a particular advertisement, as well as help to measure the effectiveness of advertisement campaigns.

Such cookies remember that you have visited a particular website and this information may be shared with other organisations, such as advertisers. Often, these targeting or advertising cookies are linked in to a site's functionality provided by other organisations.

Daniel Brewer's website contains links to other websites. If you follow these links through a link that we have provided, it becomes the responsibility of that site to provide you, their visitor, with information about how they use cookies.

Most web browsers (Safari, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc) will accept cookies. But if you would prefer that data is not collected in this way, you can control your choices.

For instance you can choose to accept or reject cookies by editing the preferences inside your browser's privacy settings.

By rejecting all cookies, for instance, some features and servces may not be available to you when you browse. Every browser has different settings, so it's a good idea to familiarise yourself with those in the particular browser you use.

You can also use the help areas built into the software for more guidance.

Learning more about cookies

Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE), versions 6.0, 7.0 and 8.0

1. Click on 'Tools' at the top of your browser window and select 'Internet options' , then click on the 'Privacy' tab
2. Ensure that your Privacy level is set to 'medium' or below, in order to enable cookies in your browser
3. Settings above 'medium' will disable cookies

Mozilla Firefox

1. Click on 'Tools' at the top of the browser window and select 'Options'
2. Select 'Privacy'
3. Select 'Cookies', then 'allow sites to set cookies'

Safari

1. Click on the wheel icon at the top of the browser window and select 'Preferences'
3. Select 'Security'
4. Select 'Block third-party and advertising cookies'
5. Click 'Save'

Google Chrome

1. Click on 'Tools' at the top of the browser window, then select 'Options'
2. Select 'Under the Hood', then the 'Privacy' section, and choose the 'Content settings' button
3. Select 'Allow local data to be set'

To delete cookies that may already be on your computer, refer to the instructions in your file management software to locate the file or directory that stores cookies.

Please email us at info@danielbrewer.co.uk if you would like to talk to us about our policy, or the ways in which we use information.

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