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modo Cookie Policy

Last updated: 08 October 2018

We're really glad you use modo, and want to assure you we respect your privacy. Our Privacy Policy can be seen here

Our websites use cookies, as almost all websites do, to help provide you with the best experience we can. Described below is how we use cookies when you use our websites, software and services (all of which we'll refer to as "Services").

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile phone when you browse websites. They can be used to help with things like remembering your language choice on our websites; or understanding how you are interacting with our Services; and to enable features like logging in.

Our cookies help us to:

  • Make our websites work as you'd expect (content and interactive things like buttons need cookies to construct the pages correctly according to settings)
  • Offer you free and enhanced Services (by being able to distinguish between users)
  • Improve the speed/security of the sites
  • Allow you to share pages with social networks like Facebook
  • Continuously improve our websites for you (by knowing how they are being used)
  • Make our marketing more efficient (ultimately helping us to offer a lot of the Service for free)

We do not use cookies (or anything else) to:

  • Collect any personally identifiable information (without your express submissions, for example data you added to your modo account)
  • Collect any sensitive information (likewise as above)

Granting us permission to use cookies

If the settings on the software that you use to access our Services (for example your browser) are adjusted to accept cookies, we take this, along with your continued use of our Services, to mean that you are fine with our use of cookies. Should you wish to remove or not use cookies from our sites you can learn how to do this below, however doing so will likely mean that our sites will not work as you would expect.

A little more about the type of cookies we use:

Website Function Cookies

Our own cookies. We use cookies to make our websites work. There is no way to prevent these cookies being used other than to not use our sites. Almost all websites on the internet except the most basic ones need to use their own cookies to work properly.

Social Website Cookies

So you can easily share our content on the likes of Facebook and Twitter, we have included sharing buttons on our site. Using sharing may set cookies by:

We have provided links to their cookie policies above. But the privacy implications will vary from social network to social network and will be dependent on the privacy settings you have chosen on those networks.

Visitor Statistics Cookies

We use cookies to compile visitor statistics, such as how many people have visited our websites; what type of technology they are using (e.g. desktop or mobile, which helps to identify when our site isn't working as it should for particular technologies); how long they spend on the site; what page they look at, etc. This helps us to continuously improve our websites to make the experience better for you.
We use:

Invariably these analytics partners place cookies to collect anonymous data about our websites. They may also be able to tell us about how you got to our websites. Don't worry, we're not interested in your personal browsing and we don't collect such data, we only need to know how you got to us (e.g. from a search engine) and whether they have been here before. That way we can prioritise our resources to enable better performance and access to our Services to give you the freedom to choose where to visit us from.

Turning Cookies Off

You can usually switch cookies off by adjusting your browser settings to stop it from accepting cookies. Doing so, however, will likely limit the functionality of most websites (including ours) in your browser as cookies are a standard part of most modern websites.

Helpful information on cookies courtesy of Attacat


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