What does this policy cover?
We think it’s important for you to understand how cookies work and why we – and other websites – use them. We have tried to write this policy in simple language, but if you have any questions please let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How this policy applies to you
By using our website without deleting or blocking some or all cookies you agree that we can place those cookies that you have not blocked on your device. See ‘Can you block or delete cookies?’ below for information on how to block or delete cookies from your browser.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small piece of data that a website asks your browser to store on your computer or mobile device. This cookie allows the website to ‘remember’ your behaviour, actions and preferences. Cookies themselves don’t identify the individual user, just the electronic device used.
Types of cookies
Cookies can either be persistent or session cookies, and either first-party or third-party.
First-party cookies: are issued from the Illuminate Adelaide domain and are used to help our website function.
Third-party cookies: are those which belong to other parties, such as our business partners and other service providers.
Session cookies: are temporary cookies which are used to remember you during your visit. They expire when you close your web browser.
Persistent cookies: used to remember your preferences even after you close your browser or restart your device. These sorts of cookies are used for analysing website behaviour and serving targeted advertising.
Can you block or delete cookies?
Most browsers automatically accept cookies.
You can change your preferences for this and other websites by changing your browser settings to block or delete cookies. This is a great resource for understanding how to manage and delete cookies in most major browsers. Be aware that changing your cookie settings may impact your experience on this or other websites.
What sorts of cookies do we use?
The below are examples, but not necessarily all, of the sorts of cookies which we use on our website.
These pixels allow us to track the performance of our Facebook (and by extension, Instagram) ad campaigns by measuring your website behaviour after seeing or interacting with one of our ads. It also allows us to present you with relevant ads on Facebook’s ad network based on your interaction/s with our website. Learn more about managing your preferences here.
Sometimes we may embed videos or video links from YouTube on our website. When you visit a page with one of these YouTube videos you may be presented with cookies from YouTube. Learn more about managing your preferences here.
We use Google Analytics to understand how you interact with our website. This allows us to improve your website experience and understand the impact of our marketing campaigns. Learn more about managing your preferences here.
Google Tracking Cookies
These cookies help us understand the performance of our Google Ad campaigns and deliver you targeted ads based on what you have engaged with on our website. Learn more about managing your preferences here.
Changes to this Policy
Sometimes it's necessary for us to update his policy and we reserve the right to do so at any time. If a change occurs, it will be updated here on our website.
Last updated 21 April 2022