WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are tiny text files that are stored on www.nsg.org.uk as you browse, to help track your use of our website and to personalize your journey. If you return to us later, the server can call the information from the cookies stored on your computer to tailor your experience of the site.
Cookies are safe to be stored on your computer and almost all web browsers automatically accept cookies. You can always choose to not accept a cookie by changing your browser settings to reject cookies automatically, or so that each cookie must be approved individually, but this may limit the functions available. The Help menu on the menu bar of most browsers also tells you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to delete old cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie and how to disable cookies altogether. Please note that, in principle, cookies are only deleted on a forward-looking basis unless you actively delete the cookies that have already been used. For additional information on how to control cookies please see the Cookie Control section below.
We want to make sure you are fully aware of the cookies we use and what they do on www.nsg.org.uk. Our cookies serve various purposes; but are generally either necessary or essential to the functioning of our sites, services, applications, tools, or messaging, help us improve the performance or provide you extra functionality of the same, or help us to serve relevant and targeted advertisements.
Cookies can be categorized by the purpose they serve (ie. Strictly Necessary) and by whether they are considered a “First Party Cookie” or “Third Party Cookie,” which describes who manages and controls the cookie and any information it collects.
First Party Cookies. These are cookies that are controlled and managed by The Nü Savings Group. This means that we also have access to any data that is being collected or stored. The Nü Savings Group only uses First Party Cookies that are either Strictly Necessary.
Third-Party Cookies. These are cookies that are controlled and managed by a third party and they place these cookies on your device when you visit our site. Data collected, stored, or used by the cookie is only accessible by the third party. We may use Third Party Cookies for each of the purposes listed below. Some may collect personally identifiable information (such as IP addresses). Some collect data in an anonymized form and aggregate statistics (such as Performance Cookies.)
Strictly Necessary or Essential: 'Strictly necessary' or “essential” cookies let you move around the website and use essential features like secure areas and shopping baskets. Without these technologies, the services you have asked for cannot be provided. Please note that these technologies do not gather any information about you that could be used for marketing or remembering where you've been on the internet. Accepting these technologies is a condition of using our sites, services, applications, tools, or messaging.
Functional: “Functional” cookies are used to provide services or to remember settings to improve your visit. They may be set by us or by third-party providers whose services we’ve added to our pages.
Performance: 'Performance' cookies do not collect any information that could identify you and are only used to help us improve how our website works, understand what interests our users, and measure the effectiveness of our content. They do this by gathering statistical information, for instance, about page visits and traffic sources so we can measure and improve the performance of our site. This also helps us know which pages are the most and least popular and lets us understand how visitors move around the site. The statistical data collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymous.
Targeting: “Targeting” cookies may be set through our sites, applications, or tools by third-party advertising partners. This is in order to deliver content, including product-related advertisements, relevant to your specific interests on our sites or third-party sites. They may be used by these companies to build a profile of your interests so that relevant adverts can be displayed on other sites. The profiles are built based on a unique identifier that is assigned to the cookie and linked to your browser and internet device.
You are always in control of your cookie preferences via your browser settings. Cookies are usually enabled by default on your browser, so if you have not changed your settings you should expect to be accepting cookies from websites. Note that, in principle, cookies are only deleted on a forward-looking basis. This means that you may need to delete cookies that have already been placed on your device.
Cookies that are disabled through your browser will limit your experience of www.nsg.org.uk and many other websites online because it may also block cookies that allow functionality or that are necessary for the site. Most browsers allow you to choose whether to authorize cookies on a specific website even if you have disabled cookies. Some browsers also allow you to choose to block only third-party cookies. Please note that, blocking only third-party cookies may still impact the functionality of the website depending on the functionality of the third-party cookies being used.
If you wish to change your cookie settings we have provided a guide below for you. First, find out what your default web browser is on your machine, or the browser you use most often to access the internet. To work out what browser you are using, simply open the internet as usual, and then follow the steps below:
On the toolbar at the top of your browser click 'Help' and choose the 'About' option from the drop down. This will tell you the browser type and version.
Open the internet as usual and once open, click on the Apple icon in the top left corner and choose the 'About' option. This will again tell you the browser type and version. Once you know the browser you are using you can find the cookie settings using the guide below relevant for your browser.