BTRDA Website Cookies
Cookies are small files that a website saves to your computer in order store small snippets of information. Most web browsers accept cookies by default, but you are able to turn off this function in your browser and continue using the BTRDA website fully.
The BTRDA website uses two forms of cookie to add some extra functionality to the website. None of our cookies collect personal information. The two sources of cookies are outlined below.
The BTRDA website operates on a piece of software called WordPress, which allows us to manage and publish content. WordPress creates a small number of cookies, primarily to check for suspicious or malicious activity on the website to enable us to keep the website secure. (This process could be considered a software firewall.)
WordPress also stores some website settings cookies, but these should only apply to those that are logged into the website, such as our content authors.
The BTRDA also uses Google Analytics software in order to receive generic information about visitors to our website. For example, the number of visitors that view our site, and which pages are viewed. We do not collect personal information during this process, and only use the information in order to improve our users’ experience on the site. We do not use any remarketing services or similar. There is a tool available that enables you to opt out of all Google Analytics cookies from websites you visit. Available here. This would not affect your ability to use the BTRDA website in any way.
If you have any further questions about cookies on this website, please contact us.