Routine information collection
All web servers track basic information about their visitors. This information includes, but is not limited to, IP addresses, browser details, timestamps and referring pages. None of this information can personally identify specific visitors to this site. The information is tracked for routine administration and maintenance purposes.
What are cookies? Cookies are simple text files which are stored on users’ browsers by the websites. Cookies are used to help provide a better navigation experience. They are widely used to make websites work more efficiently for visitors and to provide website owners with traffic information. Cookies cannot carry viruses or install malware. Cookies allow the server to deliver personalized pages for the users. When users load the website, the browser retrieves their previous activity. This allows the browser to keep the user logged in and many other functions that make the navigation more effective.
There are different types of cookies for the different functions. None of them contain personally identifiable data, which means the website doesn’t know the visitor’s name or any personal information by collecting cookies. The users can opt out of all cookie collection at any time.
THE TYPES OF COOKIES ARE Essential cookies: Some cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of our websites. Without them, some parts of our websites would not function properly. These cookies do not track user activity or gather user information. Non-essential cookies: These cookies are not essential for correct browsing, but help make navigation and collection of user activity information easy and effective.
FUNCTIONAL COOKIES These cookies are used to remember visitors’ usability settings and preferences on our websites for optimal navigation. They record information about the choices the user has made, and allow tailoring the website according to the users’ needs. It also saves the users having to reenter information -such as login- each time they enter our websites.
PERFORMANCE These cookies are used to monitor the general use of our websites. We use the Google Analytics tool, provided by Google Inc., through which we can monitor how many pageviews, visits and unique visitors we receive. The data collected is used to analyse how the website is found, how many users return, which are the most visited pages, etc. This information is collected via the user IP, but it’s non-personally identifiable, even if the visitor is logged in. The collected data helps us understand which sections of the site are more interesting and performing better and which need improving.
What cookies does TopBettingSite.co.uk use? FIRST PARTY COOKIES: These are cookies hosted by TopBettingSite.co.uk itself. These are used to know visitors’ settings within our site, such as: Identifying returning registered users and eliminating their need for logging in each time Identifying users preferences and compatibility for viewing our rates and charts Not showing pop up ads more than once per week Occasional cookies for specific actions, such as surveys, …
THIRD PARTY COOKIES: These are cookies hosted by different services we use within our site, such as:
- Social media channels
- Commenting on TopBettingSite.co.uk
- Delivering ads
- Tracking user activity
- Tracking site performance
Controlling Your Privacy
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Special note about google advertising
Any advertisements served by Google, Inc., and affiliated companies may be controlled using cookies. These cookies allow Google to display ads based on your visits to this site and other sites that use Google advertising services. Learn how to opt out of Google’s cookie usage. As mentioned above, any tracking done by Google through cookies and other mechanisms is subject to Google’s own privacy policies.