Personal Information Collection
When commenting on our website, you are are asked to enter your name, email address and other optional information. If you submit requests on contact forms, then you will be asked to provide this and additional information. This information is collected for the purpose of allowing us to respond to your enquiries, and to prevent comment spam. Your IP address is also automatically collected on visiting and again when submitting a comment, to prevent spam and to help provide usage information with the purpose of improving the user experience.
Third parties do not have access to the email address you submit when commenting, however the name you choose, website you provide and the contents of your message may be made public. All contact forms submitted are entirely private and won’t be accessible by other visitors. Only website administrators have access to private information submitted in contact forms and comments.
We will never ask you for any further private or personal information, such as full names, addresses or credit card numbers.
Cookies are small files that are transferred to your computer via your web browser (if enabled) so that we can collect certain information. This includes but is not limited to:
- Keeping track of advertisements and providing you with relevant adverts.
- Understanding your preferences when visiting.
- Compiling data to better understand site traffic and demographics so as to improve the experience of visitors.
We may also use trusted third-party services that track this information on our behalf, most notably Google and Facebook.
You can choose to have your computer warn you each time a cookie is being sent, or you can choose to turn off all cookies. You do this through your browser settings. Disabling cookies may affect your site experience, however every effort has been made to minimise any potential impact.
We do not sell or trade personal information collected via cookies. However, this information may be used by Google and other trusted third parties to provide relevant information and advertising, and provide us with detailed web traffic data. Information collected by Google is subject to their own user agreements, which can be viewed at their website. You are also able to change your settings on how Google may track your visits in your Google Account settings.
We also utilise the Facebook Inc Conversion Tracking Pixel service, which allows us to track the effectiveness of any Facebook advertising we conduct and our overall interaction between Facebook users and Interpreture visitors. The collected data remains anonymous, meaning that we do not see the personal data of any individual user. Information collected by Facebook is subject to their own user agreements, and you can view more details about how Facebook manages your data and their Data Use Policy by clicking here (external link).
- Remarketing with Google Analytics
- Google Display Network Impression Reporting
- Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting
- Integrated services that require Google Analytics to collect data for advertising purposes, including the collection of data via advertising cookies and identifiers
We, along with third-party vendors such as Google use first-party cookies (such as the Google Analytics cookies) and third-party cookies or other third-party identifiers together to compile data regarding user interactions with ad impressions and other ad service functions as they relate to our website.
You can decide not to accept cookies from Interpreture by changing your browser settings or using private browsing. In addition, you can set preferences for how Google uses your information for advertising by going to the Google Ad Settings page of your Google Account settings. Alternatively you can opt out by using the Google Analytics Opt Out Browser add on (external link).
You can adjust your Facebook Advertising Settings so as to not have your Facebook data used or collated in relation to your visits to this website by clicking here (external link).
Last Updated 9 September 2017
Previously Updated 20 May 2017