At MagiGLIDE we take your privacy very seriously and we are committed to protecting the privacy of users of this website www.magiglideuk.co.uk. The only section of this website that will ask you for any of your personal details is the form found on our contact page. We simply use this information to correspond with you and never pass any of your details on to any third party.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer that are generated by a website or web server. These files can store all types of information but are most commonly used to remember options and preferences you’ve selected etc. When you return to your favourite websites and they have remembered your name, cookies are at work. If you’d like to learn more about Cookies visit AboutCookies.org. The MagiGLIDE website uses only one cookie for regular users and a second cookie if you are are retailer who logs into the website.
Google Analytics Cookie
Like most websites we use analytics to provide information on all of our users. This gathers, technical information not personal information but it does obtain the internet protocol (IP) address of the computer you are using. Other information this cookie gathers are things like, your operating system, web browser type and version and what pages you visited and how long you stayed on them. We can also see how you found your way to MagiGLIDE, i.e. from a Search Engine.
We then analyse this information closely to help improve the website for our users both in terms of content and functionality. Without this information we would just be guessing as to what content was working and we certainly wouldn't know anything about the type of devices are being used to access our website.
PHP Session Cookie
This cookie is used in our retailer login section. This is a very simple cookie that simply keeps track of whether a user is or is not logged in to the website. We need to know whether a user is logged so we know what content they can access. Again, no personal information is collected.
How can I control cookies?