INFORMATION ABOUT OUR USE OF COOKIES

 

Our website uses cookies to distinguish you from other users of our website. This helps us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our website and also allows us to improve our site. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.

 

A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we store on your browser or the hard drive of your computer if you agree. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your computer’s hard drive.

 

We use the following cookies:

 

  • Strictly necessary cookies. These are cookies that are required for the operation of our website. They include, for example, cookies that enable you to log into secure areas of our website, use a shopping cart or make use of e-billing services.
  • Analytical/performance cookies. They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our website when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way our website works, for example, by ensuring that users are finding what they are looking for easily.
  • Functionality cookies. These are used to recognise you when you return to our website. This enables us to personalise our content for you, greet you by name and remember your preferences (for example, your choice of language or region).
  • Targeting cookies. These cookies record your visit to our website, the pages you have visited and the links you have followed. We will use this information to make our website and the advertising displayed on it more relevant to your interests. We may also share this information with third parties for this purpose.

You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:

 

Cookie

Name

 

Purpose

 

cloudflare.com

_cfduid

_biz_flagsA

_biz_nA

_biz_pendingA

_biz_sid

_biz_uid

_ga

_gid

This cookie enables us to identify individual clients behind a shared IP address (such as a coffee shop) and apply security settings on a per-client basis

doubleclick.net

IDE

Used by Google DoubleClick to register and report the website user's actions after viewing or clicking one of the advertiser's ads with the purpose of measuring the efficacy of an ad and to present targeted ads to the user.

facebook.com

act

c_user

datr

fr

presence

sb

spin

wd

xs

Facebook uses cookies and receives information when you visit this site including device information and information about your activity, without any further action from you. This occurs whether or not you have a Facebook account or are logged in.

google.co.uk

1P_JAR

APISID

CONSENT

HSID

NID

OGPC

SAPISID

SID

SSID

DV

UULE

Google uses cookies for many purposes. They use them, for example, to remember your safe search preferences, to make the ads you see more relevant to you, to count how many visitors we receive to a page, to help you sign up for our services, to protect your data, or to remember your ad settings.

You can see a list of the types of cookies used by Google and also find out how Google and their partners use cookies in advertising.

 

google.com

1P_JAR

APISID

CONSENT

HSID

NID

OGPC

SAPISID

SID

SSID

 

Google uses cookies for many purposes. They use them, for example, to remember your safe search preferences, to make the ads you see more relevant to you, to count how many visitors we receive to a page, to help you sign up for our services, to protect your data, or to remember your ad settings.

You can see a list of the types of cookies used by Google and also find out how Google and their partners use cookies in advertising.

 

instagram.com

csrftoken

ds_user_id

fbm_124024574287414

ig_cb

mcd

mid

rur

sessionid

shbid

shbts

urlgen

Instagram uses cookies, pixels, local storage, and similar technologies to show you relevant content, improve your experience, and help protect Instagram and their users. They may use these technologies to deliver the service, provide you with a service that is easy to use, enables you to move around the Service and use its features, such as accessing secure areas, and store information so that Instagram responds faster. They may use these technologies to collect information about how you use the Service, for example which pages you go to most often and if you get error messages from certain pages. They may use these technologies to allow them to remember choices you make (such as your user name, language or the region you're in) and tailor the Service to provide enhanced features and content for you. These cookies can also be used to remember changes you've made to text size, font and other parts of pages that you can customize. Instagram or our advertising partners may use these technologies to deliver advertising that is relevant to your interests. These technologies can remember that your device has visited a site or service, and may also be able to track your device's browsing activity on other sites or services other than Instagram. This information may be shared with organizations outside Instagram, such as advertisers and/or advertising networks to deliver the advertising, and to help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. *Instagram may use these technologies to understand, improve, and research products and services.

api.instagram.com

csrftoken

Instagram uses cookies, pixels, local storage, and similar technologies to show you relevant content, improve your experience, and help protect Instagram and their users. They may use these technologies to deliver the service, provide you with a service that is easy to use, enables you to move around the Service and use its features, such as accessing secure areas, and store information so that Instagram responds faster. They may use these technologies to collect information about how you use the Service, for example which pages you go to most often and if you get error messages from certain pages. They may use these technologies to allow them to remember choices you make (such as your user name, language or the region you're in) and tailor the Service to provide enhanced features and content for you. These cookies can also be used to remember changes you've made to text size, font and other parts of pages that you can customize. Instagram or our advertising partners may use these technologies to deliver advertising that is relevant to your interests. These technologies can remember that your device has visited a site or service, and may also be able to track your device's browsing activity on other sites or services other than Instagram. This information may be shared with organizations outside Instagram, such as advertisers and/or advertising networks to deliver the advertising, and to help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. *Instagram may use these technologies to understand, improve, and research products and services.

shopify.com

_ssid

_utma

_utmb

_utmc

_utmz

_ga

_gat

_gid

_master_udr

_s

_shopify_fs

_shopify_s

_shopify_sa_p

_shopify_y

_y

Shopify is dedicated to user experience and they use many tools to help improve website and commerce platforms. To this end, they use reporting and analytics cookies to collect information about how you use the website or merchants’ storefronts (including winningmoves.co.uk), and how often. These cookies only gather information for statistical purposes and only use pseudonymous cookie identifiers that do not directly identify you

winningmoves.co.uk

X-Shopify-Access-Token.sig

_atuvc

_atuvs

_ab

_abv

_abv

_design_overrides_token

_landing_page

_orig_referrer

_s

_secure_admin_session_id

_secure_session_id

_shopify_fs

_shopify_s

_shopify_sa_p

_shopify_sa_t

_shopify_y

_y

bk_abtest_last_changed_time

bk_cart

cart

cart_sig

cart_ts

checkout_token

cookieconsent_status

cookietest

currency

distinct_id

koa.sid

koa.sid.sig

new_admin

popup-module-cookie

remember_me

roi_customer_pixel_fired

roi_prospect_pixel_fired

secure_customer_sig

shopify_recently_viewed

storefront_digest

tracked_start_checkout

 

 

roartheme.com

_ga

 

shopify.com

_hssrc

_hstc

_ceg.s

_ceg.u

_ga

_gid

_s

_shopify_fs

_shopify_s

_shopify_y

_y

hubspotutk

last_shop

optimizelyEndUserId

Shopify is dedicated to user experience and they use many tools to help improve website and commerce platforms. To this end, they use reporting and analytics cookies to collect information about how you use the website or merchants’ storefronts (including winningmoves.co.uk), and how often. These cookies only gather information for statistical purposes and only use pseudonymous cookie identifiers that do not directly identify you

cdn.shopify.com

_shopify_y

_y

Shopify is dedicated to user experience and they use many tools to help improve website and commerce platforms. To this end, they use reporting and analytics cookies to collect information about how you use the website or merchants’ storefronts (including winningmoves.co.uk), and how often. These cookies only gather information for statistical purposes and only use pseudonymous cookie identifiers that do not directly identify you

shopifycloud.com

_ga

Shopify is dedicated to user experience and they use many tools to help improve website and commerce platforms. To this end, they use reporting and analytics cookies to collect information about how you use the website or merchants’ storefronts (including winningmoves.co.uk), and how often. These cookies only gather information for statistical purposes and only use pseudonymous cookie identifiers that do not directly identify you

cdn.syndication.twimg.com

lang

Twitter services use these technologies to deliver, measure, and improve their services in various ways. These uses generally fall into one of the following categories:

Authentication and security:

To log you into Twitter and Periscope.

To protect your security.

To let you to view content with limited distribution.

To help Twitter detect and fight spam, abuse, and other activities that violate the Twitter Rules and the Periscope Community Guidelines.

For example, these technologies help authenticate your access to Twitter and Periscope and prevent unauthorized parties from accessing your account. They also let us show you appropriate content through our services.

Preferences:

To remember information about your browser and your preferences.

For example, cookies help Twitter remember your preferred language or the country that you are in. Twitter can then provide you with Twitter and Periscope content in your preferred language without having to ask you each time you visit Twitter or Periscope. On Twitter, we can also customize content based on your country, such as showing you what topics are trending near you, or to withhold certain content based on applicable local laws. Learn more about trends and country withheld content.

Analytics and research:

To help Twitter improve and understand how people use their services, including Twitter buttons and widgets, and Twitter Ads.

For example, cookies help Twitter test different versions of their services to see which particular features or content users prefer. They might also optimize and improve your experience on Twitter and Periscope by using cookies to see how you interact with their services, such as when and how often you use them and what links you click on. They may use Google Analytics to assist them with this. Learn more about the cookies you may encounter through their use of Google Analytics. They might also use cookies to count the number of users that have seen a particular embedded Tweet or timeline. Learn more about the analytics cookies used by Twitter for Websites widgets.

Personalized content:

To customize their services with more relevant content, like tailored trends, stories, ads, and suggestions for people to follow.

For example, local storage tells Twitter which parts of your Twitter timeline or Periscope Global Feed you have viewed already so that Twitter can show you the appropriate new content. Cookies can help us make smarter and more relevant suggestions about who you might enjoy following based on your visits to websites that have integrated Twitter embeds, including embedded timelines.

Advertising:

To help Twitter deliver ads, measure their performance, and make them more relevant to you based on criteria like your activity on Twitter and visits to their ad partners' websites.

For example, Twitter uses cookies and pixels to personalize ads and measure their performance. Using these technologies, they can show you ads and evaluate their effectiveness based on your visits to our ad partners' websites. This helps advertisers provide high-quality ads and content that might be more interesting to you.

Twitter also works with third-party advertising partners, including Google, to market our services and serve ads on behalf of our advertisers, including through the delivery of interest-based ads.

Personalization across devices:

By better understanding how devices are related, we can use information from one device to help personalize the Twitter experience on another device.

When you log in to Twitter on a device, Twitter associates that device with your Twitter account. Whether or not you are logged in to Twitter, we may also receive information about your devices when, for example, that information is shared by a partner; you visit Twitter.com; you visit third-party websites that integrate Twitter content; or you visit a Twitter advertiser’s website or mobile application. Twitter may use this information, most commonly IP addresses and the time at which the information was received, to infer that certain devices are associated with one another, including the devices on which you log in to Twitter. To learn more about the devices associated with your account, check out Your Twitter Data while logged in. To learn more about the other devices associated with the device or browser you are currently using, visit Your Twitter Data while logged out.

twitter.com

_utma

_utmz

_ga

_gid

_twitter_sess

ads_prefs

auth_token

csrf_same_site_set

dnt

eu_cn

external_referrer

guest_id

kdt

personalization_id

remember_checked_on

tfw_exp

twid

Twitter services use these technologies to deliver, measure, and improve their services in various ways. These uses generally fall into one of the following categories:

Authentication and security:

To log you into Twitter and Periscope.

To protect your security.

To let you to view content with limited distribution.

To help Twitter detect and fight spam, abuse, and other activities that violate the Twitter Rules and the Periscope Community Guidelines.

For example, these technologies help authenticate your access to Twitter and Periscope and prevent unauthorized parties from accessing your account. They also let us show you appropriate content through our services.

Preferences:

To remember information about your browser and your preferences.

For example, cookies help Twitter remember your preferred language or the country that you are in. Twitter can then provide you with Twitter and Periscope content in your preferred language without having to ask you each time you visit Twitter or Periscope. On Twitter, we can also customize content based on your country, such as showing you what topics are trending near you, or to withhold certain content based on applicable local laws. Learn more about trends and country withheld content.

Analytics and research:

To help Twitter improve and understand how people use their services, including Twitter buttons and widgets, and Twitter Ads.

For example, cookies help Twitter test different versions of their services to see which particular features or content users prefer. They might also optimize and improve your experience on Twitter and Periscope by using cookies to see how you interact with their services, such as when and how often you use them and what links you click on. They may use Google Analytics to assist them with this. Learn more about the cookies you may encounter through their use of Google Analytics. They might also use cookies to count the number of users that have seen a particular embedded Tweet or timeline. Learn more about the analytics cookies used by Twitter for Websites widgets.

Personalized content:

To customize their services with more relevant content, like tailored trends, stories, ads, and suggestions for people to follow.

For example, local storage tells Twitter which parts of your Twitter timeline or Periscope Global Feed you have viewed already so that Twitter can show you the appropriate new content. Cookies can help us make smarter and more relevant suggestions about who you might enjoy following based on your visits to websites that have integrated Twitter embeds, including embedded timelines.

Advertising:

To help Twitter deliver ads, measure their performance, and make them more relevant to you based on criteria like your activity on Twitter and visits to their ad partners' websites.

For example, Twitter uses cookies and pixels to personalize ads and measure their performance. Using these technologies, they can show you ads and evaluate their effectiveness based on your visits to our ad partners' websites. This helps advertisers provide high-quality ads and content that might be more interesting to you.

Twitter also works with third-party advertising partners, including Google, to market our services and serve ads on behalf of our advertisers, including through the delivery of interest-based ads.

Personalization across devices:

By better understanding how devices are related, we can use information from one device to help personalize the Twitter experience on another device.

When you log in to Twitter on a device, Twitter associates that device with your Twitter account. Whether or not you are logged in to Twitter, we may also receive information about your devices when, for example, that information is shared by a partner; you visit Twitter.com; you visit third-party websites that integrate Twitter content; or you visit a Twitter advertiser’s website or mobile application. Twitter may use this information, most commonly IP addresses and the time at which the information was received, to infer that certain devices are associated with one another, including the devices on which you log in to Twitter. To learn more about the devices associated with your account, check out Your Twitter Data while logged in. To learn more about the other devices associated with the device or browser you are currently using, visit Your Twitter Data while logged out.

syndication.twitter.com

lang

Twitter services use these technologies to deliver, measure, and improve their services in various ways. These uses generally fall into one of the following categories:

Authentication and security:

To log you into Twitter and Periscope.

To protect your security.

To let you to view content with limited distribution.

To help Twitter detect and fight spam, abuse, and other activities that violate the Twitter Rules and the Periscope Community Guidelines.

For example, these technologies help authenticate your access to Twitter and Periscope and prevent unauthorized parties from accessing your account. They also let us show you appropriate content through our services.

Preferences:

To remember information about your browser and your preferences.

For example, cookies help Twitter remember your preferred language or the country that you are in. Twitter can then provide you with Twitter and Periscope content in your preferred language without having to ask you each time you visit Twitter or Periscope. On Twitter, we can also customize content based on your country, such as showing you what topics are trending near you, or to withhold certain content based on applicable local laws. Learn more about trends and country withheld content.

Analytics and research:

To help Twitter improve and understand how people use their services, including Twitter buttons and widgets, and Twitter Ads.

For example, cookies help Twitter test different versions of their services to see which particular features or content users prefer. They might also optimize and improve your experience on Twitter and Periscope by using cookies to see how you interact with their services, such as when and how often you use them and what links you click on. They may use Google Analytics to assist them with this. Learn more about the cookies you may encounter through their use of Google Analytics. They might also use cookies to count the number of users that have seen a particular embedded Tweet or timeline. Learn more about the analytics cookies used by Twitter for Websites widgets.

Personalized content:

To customize their services with more relevant content, like tailored trends, stories, ads, and suggestions for people to follow.

For example, local storage tells Twitter which parts of your Twitter timeline or Periscope Global Feed you have viewed already so that Twitter can show you the appropriate new content. Cookies can help us make smarter and more relevant suggestions about who you might enjoy following based on your visits to websites that have integrated Twitter embeds, including embedded timelines.

Advertising:

To help Twitter deliver ads, measure their performance, and make them more relevant to you based on criteria like your activity on Twitter and visits to their ad partners' websites.

For example, Twitter uses cookies and pixels to personalize ads and measure their performance. Using these technologies, they can show you ads and evaluate their effectiveness based on your visits to our ad partners' websites. This helps advertisers provide high-quality ads and content that might be more interesting to you.

Twitter also works with third-party advertising partners, including Google, to market our services and serve ads on behalf of our advertisers, including through the delivery of interest-based ads.

Personalization across devices:

By better understanding how devices are related, we can use information from one device to help personalize the Twitter experience on another device.

When you log in to Twitter on a device, Twitter associates that device with your Twitter account. Whether or not you are logged in to Twitter, we may also receive information about your devices when, for example, that information is shared by a partner; you visit Twitter.com; you visit third-party websites that integrate Twitter content; or you visit a Twitter advertiser’s website or mobile application. Twitter may use this information, most commonly IP addresses and the time at which the information was received, to infer that certain devices are associated with one another, including the devices on which you log in to Twitter. To learn more about the devices associated with your account, check out Your Twitter Data while logged in. To learn more about the other devices associated with the device or browser you are currently using, visit Your Twitter Data while logged out.

 

 

Please note that third parties (including, for example, advertising networks and providers of external services like web traffic analysis services) may also use cookies, over which we have no control. These cookies are likely to be analytical/performance cookies or targeting cookies

 

You block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our site.

 

Except for essential cookies, all cookies will expire after 2 years.