Cookies are text files with a small amount of data, which may include an anonymous unique identifier.
Cookies are sent to your browser from a website and stored on your computer's or tablet device’s or mobile device’s part of the hard drive specifically designated for cookies.
Like many sites, we use "cookies" to recognise, collect, and/or track information about, and relevant to, your usage of the Site.
These cookies are known as “first-party cookies”. We may also recognize, collect, and/or track information through cookies set by third parties. These cookies are known as “third-party cookies”. Third-party cookies are used to perform tasks related to advertising, and analytics, and to enable interactive features such as sharing or commenting. Some third parties collect statistics in an anonymized and aggregated form and may not require the consent of the user.
The information that our first-party cookies or third-party cookies recognise, collect, and/or track may include information about your devices, browsing actions, and patterns, such as among others, the type of computer you use, your internet service provider, your browser type, your location, your IP address, the date and time of your visit, the pages viewed, your traffic pattern through the Site.
We use the following categories of cookies on the Site:
Strictly necessary cookies
This website at present doesn't use analytics cookies. However, that could change in the future, depending on the development of this website's requirements.
These cookies collect information about your use of the Site, such as for instance, browsing actions, and patterns, the date and time of your visit, the pages viewed, your traffic pattern through the Site.
Through the collection of this information, we are able to monitor and analyse web traffic to the Site. User behaviours may be recognised, collected, and/or tracked.
These cookies allow the site to save information and details such as your username to optimise your experience on the Site and provide personal features.
Social media cookies and pixels
These cookies allow you to share your activity on the Site on social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, or other external platforms directly from the Site.
Cookies may still be recognised, collected, and/or tracked on the pages where buttons, widgets, or other applications are installed, even when you do not actively use them.
The interaction and information recognised, collected, and/or tracked through the Site are always subject to your privacy settings for each social network and external platform. You may be able to reach this site via links to it on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, or by clicking on my twitter handle on Facebook, and finding a link to it there.
The Twitter Tweet button and Twitter social widgets are applications allowing interaction with the Twitter social network.
Stephen's Evolution doesn't use these types of cookies at present or any advertising. These cookies record your browsing actions and patterns on a particular website you may visit, such as among others, the pages you have visited and the links you have followed. The information recognised, collected, and/or tracked by these cookies is used to make a website and the advertising displayed by way of links or banners on the site more relevant to your interests.
Strictly necessary cookies may not be rejected since they are essential to enable you to browse the Site and use its features.
Should you reject cookies, you will still be able to use the Site although certain features and functionalities may not be available to you and/or certain areas may be restricted.
Through browser preferences, it is also possible to delete cookies installed in the past, including the cookies that may have saved the initial consent for the installation of cookies by this Site.
You can find information about how to manage cookies in the most commonly used browsers (e.g. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Microsoft Internet Explorer) on the website of the browser of choice.
You can delete these cookies at any time by clearing your cache. You can do so by following the steps below:
1. Open Chrome.
2. At the top right, you'll see three dots. Click on this.
3. Then click on settings. You'll see clear browsing data. Here you can choose to clear cache, cookies, and/or browsing data.
4. When you ticked your desired boxes click on clear data.
Here is a link detailing how you can do this with other browsers, including Chrome.
You can also delete cookies by carrying out the following method outlined below:
1. Click on a symbol resembling a padlock near the top left-hand corner of the screen in the URL bar.
2. Click on cookies, followed by any cookie in the list you may wish to block or remove.
3. You can then either select remove or block followed by doing.
Here is a link that shows visually as well as written, how to remove cookies. However, be aware that certain functions of a website may then not work as intended should you choose to delete or block certain cookies.
You can find out more about cookies on the website All About Cookies here.
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cookieyesID. This is a unique identifier for visitors used by CookieYes with respect to the consent. It lasts for 1 year.
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All the cookies listed here are strictly necessary cookies.
The _aeaid cookie is needed for the functioning of the accessibility feature used by AudioEye. Their technology helps to make content more accessible and usable for a wider audience. It's a session only cookie.
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The aelreadersetting cookie is a session cookie which stores the state of the toolkit setting of the accessibility feature in order to persist these settings as the user navigates this website.
The aelastsite cookie lasts 1,000 days, and determines whether or not a user has been to another AudioEye enabled website.