1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file placed by an online provider (such as AngelicMatch.com or DevilishMatch.com) on the computer or other device of visitors to their website. Cookies can collect information about visitor's habits in using that website through logging the activity of their computer or other device with respect to the site, for example when it comes to shopping.
2. Personal information
3. Types of cookies
When you visit our site four types of cookies may be placed upon your computer or other device. These are: First-party, Third-party, Session and Persistent cookies.
First-party cookies are cookies placed on your computer or other device directly by us. They could include cookies such as session and persistent cookies (explained below). For example, we use first party cookies to track your navigation behaviour on our site for marketing and analytics purposes.
Third-party cookies are cookies placed on your computer or device by our commercial partners. Again, they could include cookies such as session and persistent cookies (explained below). Our commercial partners use third party cookies for targeting purposes, for example to enable adverts that they feel best match your interests to be chosen and transmitted to your computer or other device, based upon the previous activities of your computer or other device upon the internet.
The time between when you open your internet browser and close your browser is called a browser session. Session cookies are cookies that are placed onto your computer or other device during a browser session, but which expire and are normally deleted at the end of a browser session. We and our commercial partners use session cookies for various reasons, including to track use of our site during a single browser session, and to help you to use our site more efficiently. For example, session cookies are used to remind our site that your computer or device is logged into our site.
Persistent cookies are cookies which are placed upon your computer or other device during a browser session, but which remain upon your computer or other device after the end of that browser session. Persistent cookies allow our site to recognise your computer or other device when it is used to access our site again after a browser session has been completed and a new browser session has begun, primarily to help you quickly sign-in to our site again. Persistent cookie are also used, both by ourselves and our commercial partners, for analytical purposes. Persistent cookies remain current for defined periods of time. Typically persistent cookies placed upon your computer or other device when you visit our site remain current from 1 day to 5 years.
We provide in section 4 more detailed information about the cookies placed upon your computer or other device when you visit our sites.
To further aid your understanding of the cookies employed with respect to our site we have created this table. This list is not exhaustive, but it is intended to illustrate the main reasons why cookies are typically set on our sites. When you visit one of our sites, some or all of the following cookies may be set on your computer or device:
|Cookie Type||Cookie Name||Purpose|
|First-party Cookie||DM-Visitor||This cookie records your location and search preferences allowing us to display personalised content to you even when you are not logged in.|
|First-party Cookie||DM-Security||This opt-in cookie is created to allow us to check whether any new devices (browser and platform specific) are used to log into your member account. You can toggle this cookie via your member settings|
|Third-party Cookie||_ga||Our Google Analytics cookie allows us to know which search engine keywords drive traffic to our sites.|
5. Your rights
We need your consent for cookies to be placed on your computer or other device. We obtain this consent when you subscribe to our services, on a free or paid for basis. Should you wish to withdraw that consent you can do so by terminating your subscription by following the instructions found on your "My Account" page.
6. Your cookie choices
There are several cookie management options available to you. Any changes you make to your cookie settings are likely to make browsing our websites a less satisfying experience. In some cases you may find yourself unable to use the sites. Nevertheless, you can set and modify your cookies choices at any time, as described below.
A number of options are available to you via your browser.
You can configure your browser so that cookies are stored in your computer or other device, or alternatively so that they are rejected, either systematically or according to their origin. You can also configure your browser so that a message appears each time a cookie could potentially be stored on your computer or other device asking you whether you wish to accept or reject it. For further information, please refer to section c) below, entitled "How to accept or reject cookies in your browser."
a. Cookie Permission
You control whether a cookie is stored on your computer or other device. You can set your preferences and modify them free of charge at any time using your browser settings.
If you have set your browser to store cookies on your computer or other device, cookies in the pages and content you have viewed may be stored temporarily in a dedicated location in your computer or device. They can only be read by the sender.
b. Refusing Cookies
If you refuse permission for cookies to be stored on your computer or other device, or if you delete those that are already stored, you will no longer be able to use certain functions required to browse various areas of our website. This will affect, for example, content or services which can only be accessed by logging in. Also we, and our service providers, will be unable to identify for technical compatibility purposes the type of browser your computer or device is using, your language and display settings, and the country from which your computer or other device appears to be accessing the internet. We are unable to take any responsibility for the consequences of our services functioning less efficiently because we are unable to store or read cookies required for it to operate where you have rejected or deleted them.
c. How to accept or reject cookies in your browser
The procedure for managing cookies and cookie preferences is slightly different for each browser. You can check the steps for managing cookies in your particular browser's help menu.
d. Adobe Flash Player™ Cookies
Adobe Flash Player is an application for viewing and interacting with dynamic content using the Flash platform. Flash (and similar applications) use a technology akin to cookies to memorise parameters, preferences and uses of this content. However, Adobe Flash Player manages this information and your choices via an interface separate from that supplied by your browser.
If your terminal is likely to display content developed using the Flash platform, we suggest you access your Flash cookie management tools directly via http://www.adobe.com.
Last updated: Monday, 14th September 2015