Website Policies

Cookies Policy
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site re: statistical and behavioural analysis of visitors. Use of cookies on this site will not be sold or marketed to third parties. If you wish, you can configure your browser to stop accepting cookies from websites.

The information on how to do this will be in your browser’s documentation, please be aware that your browser is probably configured to accept all cookies by default. If you’d like to learn more about cookies please look at

Listed below are the cookies used on this site and why:

Cookie Source: WordPress
Cookie Names: et-pb-recent-items-colors, wordpress-test-cookies

Used by WordPress, the Content Management System powering this website and Elegant Themes, the developers of our chosen Divi theme.

Cookie Source: DoubleClick

“APISID”, “HSID” and “SAPISID” cookies all focus on profiling site visitors in order to show relvant ads elsewhere when they browse the web. Both “APISID” and “SAPISID” work by uniquely identifying your browser and device. The “IDE” cookie tracks visitor activity and any advertising the end user may have seen before visiting this website.

Cookie Source:
Cookie Names: lkqdid, lkqdidts, sr76

According to the LKQD by Nexstar website, cookies above collect unique identifiers that they, or a partner of Nexstar associate with a user’s browser to “identify the physical location of mobile devices and operating system device identifiers.”

Cookie Source: Quantcast Cookie Consent Control
Cookie Names: _dlt, _qca, d, euconsent, euconsent-v2, mc

Cookies containing the term “euconsent” verify if the browser being used accepts cookies. “D” is a persistence cookie, these have a primary function of ensuring a user’s device visit runs smoothly by storing preferences, sign-on credentials and information previously saved.

The “_qca” cookie tracks visit volumes, pages loaded and average time spent so site optimisation reports can be generated whilst “_dlt” sets unique IDs for sessions held on the site.

An “mc” cookie focuses on collecting user visit data so subsequent targeted ads can be placed for that user in question.

Cookie Source:
Cookie Names: _rxuuid

Unruly media is a part of News Corp and provides a platform for online video advertising and other services. The “_rxuuid” cookie tracks user activity on the website and any advertising activity which may have been viewed before visiting this website.

Cookie Source: YouTube

The “CONSENT”, “SIDCC” and “SSID” cookies obtain end user information about website use and any advertising which would have contributed towards a website visit. “LOGIN_INFO”is used for storing user preferences and other unspecified purposes.

“VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE” keeps track of user preferences for Youtube videos embedded in sites; it can also determine whether the website visitor is using the new or old version of the Youtube interface. “YSC” registers a unique ID to keep statistics of YouTube video watching activity.

“__Secure-3PAPISID”, “__Secure-3PSID” and “__Secure-3PSIDCC” are used for targeting purposes as they enable website visitor profiles to be built for subsequent relevant, personalised Google advertising.

The “SID” cookie is common and is used for session state management during a visitors time on the appropriate site. A “PREF” cookie enables advertising partners to build profiles of end user interests, so relevant ads can be shown on other sites. It uniquely identifies your browser and device.

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