A cookie is a tiny file that is saved to your computer when you visit the Coates Global Limited website. It is usually a small file compiled of letters and numbers that we store on your browser or the hard drive of your computer with your consent. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your computer’s hard drive. They remind us of your settings and preferences when you visit us again, to give you a better online experience. It’s up to you to decide whether you want to allow cookies, but if you don’t want them, you’ll need to block them in your browser settings (see below for details on how to do this).
By allowing cookies, you’ll get the best experience from our website. We may also use Google Analytics to see how many people visit our website and this feature also requires cookies.
We use the following categories of cookies:
- Strictly necessary cookies: These cookies are required for the operation of our website.
- Targeting cookies: These cookies record your visit to our website, including the pages that you have visited and the links that you have followed. We may use this information to tailor our website to your chief interests.
You can find more information about the individual cookies that we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:
Third Party Cookies
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Vimeo Video Player
Third Party Cookies
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Please note, you can always block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that enables you to refuse the setting of all or, if you would prefer, some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies), you may not be able to access all or parts of our site.
If you decide to block cookies, this may stop certain features of the site working properly. This will restrict you from what you can access on our site, although most features should still be functioning as normal. If you accept these limitations and would still feel more confident and protected by blocking these cookies, please follow the instructions applicable for your browser in the section below.
Most browsers are set by default to accept cookies, but you can always change your settings to block all or some cookies, if you would prefer to do so. If this is something that you feel would have an impact on your online experience or have noticed that it is causing an impact already, it is just as easy to change things to the way they were.
Additionally, you may limit the cookies set in your browser by following the steps as explained below. Please be aware that declining cookies may have an adverse impact your ability to use our services.
Please choose from the list below your preferred browser to allow/disallow cookies:
Browser settings: You may change your browser’s settings to delete cookies that have already been set as well as to reject new cookies. To learn more, please visit the help pages of your browser:
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6/7/8/9/10/11 (Windows XP/Vista/Edge)
1. On the main taskbar, click “Tools” and then click “Internet Options”.
2. On the “Privacy tab”, select the settings that you want and then click “OK”.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8/9 (Windows 7/8/9/10)
1. In the upper-right corner, click the “Settings” icon (cog icon) and then click “Internet Options”.
2. Click “Privacy” and then select your options.
3. Click “Apply” and then click “OK”.
1. Click the spanner icon and then select “Options”.
2. On the “Under the Bonnet” tab, in the “Privacy” section, click “Content” settings.
3. Select the settings that you want and then close the box.
1. On the main taskbar, click the “Safari” icon and then click “Preferences”.
2. On the “Privacy” panel, select the settings that you want and then close the panel.
1. On the main taskbar, click the “Firefox” icon and then in the upper-right corner, click the triple-bar button.
2. Click “Options” and then click the “Privacy & Security” menu on the left.
3. In the “History” section, select the settings that you want and then close the “Options” tab.
1. On the home screen, select “Settings” and then select “Safari”.
2. Select “Accept Cookies” and then select your preferred settings.
1. Start the browser application and then select the “Menu” button.
2. Select the “More” option and then select “Settings”.
3. Select or clear the “Accept” cookies check box.
Windows Phone 7
1. On the home screen, select the right arrow and then scroll down to “Settings”.
2. Swipe across and then select “Internet Explorer”.
Select or clear the Accept cookies check box.
You may also visit our sites in your browser’s “private” or “incognito” mode, in which case cookies will be set, and will be deleted as soon as you will exit this mode.
Opt-out (EU users): Users from the EU may opt out of non-essential cookies by selecting the option below or changing their cookie preferences in their account settings (registered users only). Upon opting out, we will, to the extent possible, delete any non-essential first-party cookies in your browser and remember your cookie preference for your next visit. Please review your browser settings to remove third-party cookies.
Third party advertising opt-outs: Certain third parties provide ways to opt out of advertising cookies across multiple sites. You can learn more by visiting the sites of the Network Advertising Initiative (https://optout.networkadvertising.org) or the Digital Advertising Alliance (https://www.aboutads.info). In addition, there are third-party plug-ins and apps that help manage cookies.
Watch this space
According to PECR, The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003, the EU is in the process of replacing the e-privacy Directive with a new e-privacy Regulation to sit alongside the GDPR. However, the new Regulation is not yet agreed. For now, PECR continues to apply alongside the GDPR. Once the regulations have been set in place, we will notify you of the changes to the e-privacy Directive. To understand more about PECR, cookies and similar technologies, please see the links below:
In addition, you can find a link to the full text of the original PECR – and to the exact changes made in the 2004, 2011, 2015 and 2016 amendment regulations – on the ICO website in their section, “what we do” (https://ico.org.uk/about-the-ico/what-we-do/)