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You do not have to consent to Cookies when you are prompted. You are able to remove Cookies, a step by step guide to removal of Cookies can be found on http://www.aboutcookies.org. This site can also provide further information on Cookies.
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We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent any unauthorised disclosure, we collect the above information and store it in a secure database.
Types of Cookies
Session Cookies allow websites to link the actions of a user during a browsing session (“Sessions Cookies”). Sessions Cookies are essential to enable the user to use the features of a website and allow the access of secure areas of the Website. Services cannot be provided without the acceptance of Sessions Cookies. Sessions Cookies expire after the browsing session and do not need to be stored long term.
Persistent Cookies allow preferences across our Website or other websites to be stored and remembered (“Persistent Cookies”). This will allow advertising to be targeted from information that has been collected. It also allows our Website to information such as language preference. Persistent Cookies will remain on your device until they are deleted.
Third Party Cookies
Third party cookies are placed by organisations other than JAM Sports Management Ltd (“Third Party Cookies”). This may be because there are pages on our site embedded from third party websites. If these pages are from another website we can unfortunately not control these Third Party Cookies. If you would like to change these Third Party Cookies, you should visit their website and check their information on how to manage their Cookies.
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By default these are set to expire after 2 years, 24 hours and 1 minute respectively, although this is customisable by website owners.
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By default it is set to expire after 1 year, although this is customisable by website owners.