Cookie Policy

/Cookie Policy
Cookie Policy2018-05-24T13:20:05+00:00

Introduction:

Leisure Technical Consultants Ltd (LTC) use ‘cookies’ to provide our online services – small text files, which are stored on your device’s hard drive to help provide a better user experience. In general, cookies are used for functions such as logging-in to our services, retaining user preferences and provide anonymised tracking data to third party applications like Google Analytics. Sometimes cookies may contain device identifiers which enable us to identify traffic flow, such as how you arrived at our website and which of our webpages you visit whilst browsing.

You have the right to accept or block cookies, the most effective way of which is to disable cookies in your browser. For further information consult the ‘Help’ section of your browser or visit the About Cookies website for further information. Please note if you set your browser to block certain cookies, you will not be able to take full advantage of some features of our services.

How LTC use cookies

If your browser settings permit, we use cookies to:

  • Enable certain features of our online services
  • Recognise when you are signed into your LTC account
  • Track online traffic flow
  • Help us to improve the service we provide to our users

Some of the cookies we use are strictly necessary to provide services you may request such as signing in and out of your LTC account. Functional cookies may be used to enable us to remember your preferences and settings such as when using the LTC Technical Forum. Finally performance cookies are used to collect information about which webpages visitors view most often, identify when advertisements on third party sites are successful and manage errors to ensure our web services are working correctly.

Other information LTC collects from your web browser:

Your web browser may also provide us with information about your device such as your IP address and the type of browser you are using. We use IP addresses and device identifiers to identify the location of users and block disruptive use. Do Not Track (DNT) is a feature offered by some browsers which when enabled, requests that your browsing activity is not tracked by us or third parties. Presently LTC digital services do not respond to DNT requests.