COOKIES POLICY OF THE WEBSITE OF DAVE FLETT (“DF”)
AND BREAKING RECORDS LLC (“BRL”)
Application of this Cookies Policy
This Cookies Policy applies to the website of DF (‘Website’) the copyright in which is owned by BRL. For the purposes of this Cookies Policy, DF and BRL reserve the right to use the definitions “DF” and “BRL” interchangeably, at their discretion.
Your Option to Opt Out of or to Agree to Cookie Use by DF / BRL
DF and BRL take seriously the obligation to obtain explicit consent from visitors before leaving behind or reading files (mostly cookies) on users’ computers.
a. Opting out:
(i) To opt out of being tracked by Google, use the pop-up form on the Website.
(ii) To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, including BRL, visit:
What are Cookies?
A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user's computer, which is linked to information about the user’s activity. Cookies are an important feature of the Internet as they facilitate the operation of a website and allow smoother use of many of its useful features. Cookies have many different uses. Some are essential for allowing you to navigate around a website and to use its features. In the case of the Website, without these cookies, the services you request cannot be provided.
DF / BRL may use both ‘session ID’ cookies and ‘persistent’ cookies. When you close your browser or leave the Website, session ID cookies end their use and are erased. By contrast, persistent cookies are small text files which are stored on your computer’s hard drive for an extended period of time. Cookies used on the Website do not contain personally identifiable information about you that could be used either for marketing or for remembering where you've been on the Internet. Furthermore, any data gleaned from use by DF / BRL of cookies is not shared with any third parties.
Cookies used by DF / BRL help us to keep track of those of the Website’s pages and links which are popular and also to see which of the Website’s pages and links are not used so much. This cookie usage assists us in keeping our site up-to-date and relevant. Cookies also help us to see the trend of how people navigate the Website and to alert us as to whether visitors get 'error messages' from our Website’s pages. This group of cookies - often called 'analytics cookies' - are used to gather such information. They are both sessional and persistent cookies. They do not collect information that identifies you. All the data collected is anonymous and is grouped with the information from the cookies of all other visitors. This group data shows us the overall patterns of usage, rather than any one person’s activity. Analytics cookies only record activity on the site you are on and they are only used to improve how the Website works.