1.3 In this notice, “we”, “us” and “our” refer to JEB.
2. What are cookies
2.1 Cookies are small data files that a website places on your computer or mobile device which remember information about users and website usage, such as language preference or login information for a certain period of time. In this way, cookies can help a website deliver a more user-friendly service since users will not need to insert their details again and again when browsing around the site.
3.1 Types of cookies
A cookie can be classified by its lifespan, purpose and the domain to which it belongs.
3.1.1 Session and Persistent Cookies
By lifespan, cookies can be either persistent cookies or session cookies.
A persistent cookie will be stored by a web browser and will remain valid until its set expiry date, unless deleted by the user before the expiry date; while a session cookie will expire at the end of the user session when the web browser is closed.
We use both session and persistent cookies.
3.1.2 First party cookies and third-party cookies
There are either first party cookies, set by our website, or third-party cookies which are placed on your device through our website by external parties. Please refer to Section 4 of this policy for more details on the third-party cookies available on our website.
3.2 Why do we use the following cookies?
3.2.1 Strictly necessary/ essential cookies
These are essential cookies enabled for the proper functioning of our website and used to perform basic functions. Without these cookies, our website may not function as intended. For this reason, they do not require your consent.
The list of strictly necessary/ essential cookies our website uses are:
Cookie Type/ Duration
To check if cookies are enabled
Session cookie, deleted after the user quit the browser
3.2.2 Analytics/ Performance cookies
Performance and/ or analytics cookies usually collect aggregated information that does not personally identify individuals but instead provides statistical information about how visitors use our website. We use these purely for internal research on how we can improve the service we provide for all our users.
The list of performance/ analytical cookies our website uses are:
Cookie Type/ Duration
Used to distinguish users
Third party cookie, persistent, 2 years
Used to distinguish users
Third party cookie, persistent, 24 hours
Used to throttle request rate. If Google Analytics is deployed via Google Tag Manager, this cookie will be named
Third party cookie, persistent, 1 minute
Contains a token that can be used to retrieve a Client ID from AMP Client ID service. Other possible values indicate opt-out, inflight request or an error retrieving a Client ID from AMP Client ID service
Third party cookie, persistent,30 seconds to 1 year
Contains campaign related information for the user. If you have linked your Google Analytics and Google Ads accounts, Google Ads website conversion tags will read this cookie unless you opt-out
Third party cookie, persistent,90 days
3.2.3 Functional cookies
Functional cookies are generally present to support site functionality that is visible or advantageous to the user or their experience of the site. They enable websites to remember choices and provide a more personalized experience.
We do not use any functional cookie on our website.
3.2.4 Targeting cookies
Targeting (advertising) cookies are set for the purpose of managing the performance of adverts, displaying adverts, and/or building user profiles. Typically, these cookies would be set by third parties that buy ad space on our website. They do not directly store personal information but are based on uniquely identifying your browser and internet device. If you do not allow these cookies, you will experience less targeted advertising.
We do not use any targeting cookie on our website.
4. Cookies used by our service providers/ Third-Party Cookie
The third-party providers on our website are:
- Google Analytics
- Google Search Console
- WP rocket
5. Managing Cookies
Consent is always given by a clear affirmative action that is, through a positive opt-in option, which signifies agreement to the processing of your personal data by allowing our Cookies such as the “Accept all” button or checkboxes. Since consent must result from a positive action, the cookie category checkboxes are unchecked by default, so users can expressly opt-in to cookie use.
Our consent mechanisms allow individuals to withdraw their consent at any time. We have ensured that withdrawing consent is as easy, clear and straightforward as giving it and is available through the opt-out option where you can enable or disable particular cookies as per as your choices in the ‘Cookie Settings’. Please note that even after getting valid consent, any site users still have the option to change their preferences by visiting the ‘Cookie Settings’. Consent withdrawal requests are processed immediately and without detriment. Opting out of all non-strictly cookies should not hinder any individual’s access to or usage of our website.
You can further manage cookies as you wish by changing your browser settings or by clearing your browsing history. For more details on how to manage cookies, you may visit https://www.aboutcookies.org.uk. If you disable performance cookies, it is possible that any advertising you receive will be less targeted as a result, but the site should function correctly. However, if you disable strictly necessary cookies, you may be unable to access certain areas of our website and certain functions or pages will not work in the usual way. You will also lose some saved information, for instance e.g., saved login details and site preferences.
Please note that any inaction or action other than a positive one is considered as refusal, and non-strictly necessary cookies cannot be placed. For instance, an action like scrolling does not mean implied consent since it does not constitute an adequate affirmative action which provides clear consent.
Consent is always verifiable. We have the following controls in place to ensure that we can demonstrate consent in every case:
- run regular audits of consent collection methods on the website, which may be done by outsourcing the same to the third party responsible for consent collection for the website concerned.
- information on the implemented tools and configurations may be kept, in a time-stamped manner, by the third parties responsible for the tools themselves.
- the different versions of the code used by the subject collecting consent can be handed to a third party, or ‘hashed’ and then published in a time-stamped manner on a public platform for the purposes of proving its authenticity when needed.
- that the individual was able to make an informed choice prior to giving consent. (Cookies’ purposes clearly defined);
- that the individual has consented to the use and processing of their personal data by expressly accepting our Cookies; and
- that the individual has been advised of our company name and any third party using the data.
6. Retention period of cookies
We have defined the duration for all the cookies used on our website under Section 3.2.
We ensure that the lifespan of cookies is not extended with every new visit and retention periods are periodically reviewed to ensure that their duration is limited to what is strictly necessary.
7. Cookie wall
A cookie wall is a feature which blocks access to a website or mobile application when the user does not give his consent. The implementation of a cookie wall may infringe the freedom of consent. Therefore, the lawfulness of using a cookie wall must be assessed.
Our website does not use cookie walls to uphold the rights and freedoms of our users.
8. Cookie Pop-up
Our website uses cookie pop-up to collect your consent for data collection and to inform you how your data is being processed.
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