What are cookies?
A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a very small text file that is placed on an internet user’s computer. It is generated by a web page server (which is basically the computer that operates the web site) and can be used by that server whenever the user visits the site. A cookie can bethought of as an internet user’s identification card, which tells a web site when the user has returned.
Cookies can’t harm your computer and we don’t store any personally identifiable information about you on any of our cookies.
Bromley Temple Trust uses two types of cookies: cookies set by Bromley Temple Trust and cookies set by third parties(i.e. other websites or services).
If you would like more information about the cookies we use, as well as details on how to opt-out, please see below.
What cookies do we use on Bromley Temple Trust?
Cookies set by Bromley Temple Trust, and simply enable us to keep members signed in to their accounts throughout their visit. We do not have donor accounts, and so do not set cookies for donors in this way.
Below are the main cookies used by Bromley Temple Trust, and what each is used for (please note this is not exhaustive and is subject to change):
Logging into your member Account
This keeps you signed in to your account during your visit so that you can access the features of your Bromley Temple Trust account.
Cookies set by third parties
We use Google Analytics to monitor traffic levels, search queries and visits to this website. Google Analytics stores IP address anonymously on its servers in the US, Google never associate your IP address with any personally identifiable information. These cookies enable Google to determine whether you are a return visitor to the site, and to track the pages that you visit during your session. This in turns helps us to improve our efficiency and generate more income for our charitable work.
To reject or delete these cookies: http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html
If you use a ‘Tweet’ link on Bromley Temple Trust to share content on twitter, twitter sets a cookie to remember that you’ve already shared this information.
To reject or delete these cookies: http://twitter.com/privacy
If you use a ‘+1′ link on Bromley Temple Trust to share content on Google +, Google sets a cookie toremember that you’ve already shared this information.
To reject or delete these cookies: http://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/policies/privacy/
If you use a ‘like’ or ‘send’ link on Bromley Temple Trust to share content on Facebook, Facebook sets a cookie to remember that you’ve already shared this information.
To reject or delete these cookies: http://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/
Cookies on third party sites
How can I manage my cookies on Bromley Temple Trust?
If you wish to stop accepting cookies, you can do so through the Privacy Settings option in your browser.
Please be aware that by not accepting cookies you will not be able to use some of the key functions of Bromley Temple Trust, including:
Logging in to your member account
Using social media
Making donations or trustee applications through Bromley Temple Trust