Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are tiny text files that live in the memory of your web browser when you visit a website. The cookie file is a string of letters and numbers, the cookie doesn’t run any software code and can only be read by the webiste that gave your browser the cookie.

Cookies can help make the website more user friendly by remembering your settings when you visit again. The newageman.co.uk uses cookies to anonymously track site usage and improve website performance.

What cookies are used?

Several types of cookies are used on the newageman.co.uk

Anonymous analytic cookies

The newageman.co.uk uses cookies from Google Analytics to anonymously aggregate useage which allows us to improve your web experience.

Third party cookies

Twitter cookies for Twitter allows you to tweet about the content you like.

Facebook cookies for Facebook allows you to share the content you like

Amazon cookies for our CDN (content delivery network) which helps get content to you in the fastest way possible

Advertising cookies

Doubleclick for Advertisers (DFA) cookie for tracking online advertising

Doubleclick cookie for tracking advertising 

Turning cookies off

Most modern browsers have the ability to disable some or all cookies. By disabling cookies you may be limiting yourself from using certain website features but on the newageman.co.uk your experience should not be affected.

You can disabale Google ad tracking by visiting this link.

Still want to know more?

If you are deeply interested in cookies and want a deeper understanding, why not visit these useful pages:

Microsoft Cookies guide

Cookie Central

Google's Ad Answers