1. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
1.1 Cookies are small ﬁles of text that are stored on either your computer, mobile device or tablet by our website’s server (and only this server can access and retrieve the contents of that individual Cookie.) As each Cookie contains anonymous information (like a unique identiﬁer or the Site name), it is unique to your web browser. The purpose of each Cookie is to allow the Site to remember information such as personal preferences and goods in your shopping cart.
1.2 In normal circumstances, most web browsers have a default setting to accept Cookies automatically. If however you prefer to change these settings to allow Cookies to be blocked or deleted, please see section 3. Please be aware that by carrying out this action, certain parts of the Site may no longer function as originally designed.
2. WHAT COOKIES ARE USED?
The Cookies on the TOGU UK Site can be used by TOGU UK, or by carefully selected business partners (third party Cookies). Our Site uses the following types of Cookies:
2.1 First Party Cookies. First party Cookies can be divided into two sub-categories;Strictly Necessary Cookies (see part ‘2.1.a’) and Functionality Cookies (see part ‘2.1.b’).
2.1.a Strictly Necessary Cookies are essential to the working of the Site. They allow you, the user, to navigate through the Site and allow the use of individual parts of the Site. Cookies are fundamental to certain sections of the Site, and without them, options such as a shopping cart cannot be made available to you.
2.1.b Functionally Cookies are designed and used by the Site to remember previous data or decisions made or submitted by you, the user. This ﬁeld includes choices such as the language selected, shopping cart choices and your location. Please be aware that the information collected by these Cookies is purely used for your visits to this Site and it cannot be used to track your browsing activity on other sites.
2.2 Third Party Cookies. By visiting the Website, please be aware that Cookies may be used which are sent by a third party, such as YouTube, Facebook or Twitter. This occurs when you, the user, watch an embedded video or send content from a webpage to a social media account. For further information about how the third party websites use their Cookies, please refer to their individual websites. Third Party Cookies can be divided into two sub-categories; Performance Cookies (see part ‘2.2.a’) and Targeting and Advertising Cookies (see part ‘2.2.b’).
2.2.a Performance Cookies are collected anonymously and contain information about how you the user and other customers use the Site. By analysing information such as how often certain areas of the Site are visited, these Cookies allow us, the Company, to improve the performance of our Site. These Cookies are purely used for statistical research and cannot be used to identify you the user speciﬁcally.
2.2.b Targeting and Advertising Cookies are used by selected advertising partners to deliver more relevant adverts that better ﬁt you, the user’s interests. By remembering when you visited a website, they share information with other organisations such as advertisers. These Cookies can therefore limit the number of occasions you see speciﬁc adverts and are used to measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.
3. COOKIE SETTINGS
3.1 By modifying your browser, it is possible to disable Cookies. The list below gives instructions for speciﬁc web browsers but please be aware; once Cookies are turned off, it could result in you being unable to access some areas of our Site, and some functions may not function as intended.
3.2 Internet Explorer
A.Open Internet Explorer
B.Click ‘Tools’ button, then click ‘Internet Options’
C.Click ‘Privacy’ tab, and then, under ‘Settings’ move the slider to the top to block all Cookies, then click ‘OK’
B.At the top of the Firefox window, click ‘Firefox’ button and then choose ‘Options’
C.Select ‘Privacy’ panel
D.Set ‘Firefox will:’ to ‘Use custom settings for history’. In addition, uncheck ‘Accept Cookies from sites’ to disable Cookies
E.Click ‘OK’ to close ‘Options’ window
A.Open Google Chrome
B.Click the tool icon
D.Click ‘Show advanced settings’ which is near the bottom of the page
E.In ‘Privacy’ section, click ‘Content settings’
F.To disable Cookies, choose ‘Block sites from setting any data’
A.Open Safari and choose ‘Safari’
B.Choose ‘Preferences’ in the toolbar and click ‘Privacy’
C.In ‘Block Cookies’ section, the option to specify whether Safari accepts Cookies from websites is available. For further details on this, click the ‘Help’ button (a question mark in the bottom right corner)
D.Details on which websites store Cookies on your computer can be found here
3.6 Safari for iPad and iPhone
A.In iOS 8, tap ‘Settings’ and choose ‘Safari’
B.Select ‘Block Cookies’ and choose ‘Always Allow’, ‘Allow from Websites I Visit’, ‘Allow from Current Websites Only’ or ‘Always Block’, depending on your preference
C.In iOS 7 or earlier, choose ‘Never’, ‘From third parties and advertisers’ or ‘Always’ depending on your preference
4.COPYRIGHT AND TRADE MARKS
4.1 The links provided on the Site are there purely for your convenience. You acknowledge that TOGU UK is not responsible for the operation of or content located on or through any such site. If you decide to access any third party Site linked to the TOGU UK Site, you do so entirely at your own risk.
5. DO NOT TRACK (DNT) BROWSER SETTING
7. UPDATES TO THIS POLICY
8. QUESTIONS AND CONTACT INFORMATION
TOGU UK Limited,
Michael Pearson West Building,
2 Oakwood Drive,