Cookies are small text files stored on your device when you access most Booking Interfaces on the internet or open certain emails. Among other things, cookies allow our Booking Interface to recognise your device and remember if you have been to the Booking Interface before. We use the term cookie to refer to cookies and technologies that perform a similar function to cookies (e.g. tags, pixels, and web beacons).
Cookies on the Booking Interface application are used for many purposes including but not limited to:
We use the following cookies:
To give you a better experience, we use first-party cookies. A first party cookie is a cookie that we set when you directly visit our Booking Interface.
You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:
|Cookie name||Type of Cookie||First or Third||Purpose||Expire|
|BookerIdentifier||Strictly necessary||First||Used within the application to store the current bookerId to prevent double booking||Session|
|Q-BW-SESSION-ID||Strictly necessary||First||This cookie is used as an identifier to track the current unique booking session on the Booking Interface||Session|
|Q-BW-USER-ID||Strictly necessary||First||This cookie is used as an identifier to track the current unique booking session on the Booking Interface||Session|
You may refuse to accept cookies by altering the settings on your internet browser (for example Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox). Please note that if you choose not to permit cookies some areas of our Booking Interface may not function properly or be accessible.
More information about cookies can be found at: http://www.allaboutcookies.org
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International Chamber of Commerce United Kingdom: ICC UK cookie guide
Last updated: December 2020
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