The Imetrum website uses two types of cookie: a session cookie and a persistent cookie.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a text file containing information that is remembered by a web browser and stored on the user’s device.
Session cookies only last during a single visit. We use these when you log in so we can identify you as a registered user to access additional resources on our website.
Persistent cookies are stored on the web browser even when it has been closed. Persistent cookies have an expiry date which can be anything from a few minutes to several years, depending on your own browser settings. We use Google Analytics which records anonymous website usage about visitors to our website, ensuring the website experience remains relevant. They do not contain any personally identifiable data.
If you want to change your cookie settings
If you want to change your cookie settings you will need to update your options via your browser. Please be aware if you disable cookies you will not be able to access the secure connection to the website for registered users.
Firefox – go to Tools, Options, Privacy and security
Internet Explorer – go to Tools, Internet Options, Privacy
Google Chrome – go to Tools, History, Clear Browsing Data
Safari – go to Safari, Preferences, Privacy