Umbrella Analytics Ltd may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy was last updated on 8 July 2019.
A cookie is a file stored on your computer by your web browser when requested to do so by a web server. This may contain a unique identifier (a string of letters and numbers) that allows our servers to identify you and hence provide an individualised service.
Cookies may be used to identify and track users as they navigate a website (giving the provider useful information about features that the users value or have problems with) and also to identify users returning to a website (avoiding the need to log in every time you visit).
We may also store information in your browser using the local storage facility it provides. This information is used in the same way as cookies and is covered by this policy. All references to cookies from this point on should be read as including all information stored in your browser about you, by whatever means.
Here is a specific list of what we store in your browser.
We do not use any third-party cookies that may be present on your computer.
Cookies do not themselves contain personally identifiable information. However, we may link personal information that we store about you to the information stored in and obtained from cookies.
You can configure most browsers not to accept cookies. However, the Umbrella service (along with many other website) will not work properly if you do choose to block cookies.
Here are instructions on how to stop some common browsers from accepting cookies.
Just as for blocking cookies, most browsers let you delete the cookies that have already been stored.
When this policy is updated, we will endeavour to contact you in advance by email and let you know of the changes that are being made.