Please note that not all the cookies on our sites are set by us. Please see the section below on third party cookies.
Superbody website cookie types
- Session cookies save website ’session’ credentials for visitors both logged in and not logged in. Once the browser is closed, the cookie is deactivated – and the session closed.
- Analytical cookies collect visitor information, such as the number of visits, how our website was found, from where the visit came from, if via a marketing campaign etc. This information is extremely important to the business and helps us improve our website and further enhance visitor experience.
- Functional cookies are specifically about visitor experience on the website. For example they ‘remember’ the open/closed status of pop up messages, what time zone or view state was set for the Economic Calendar, enabling access to information stored when registered with Superbody and so on. Without these functional cookies, no settings information can be saved.
- Third Party cookies are set by other websites who place cookies on the user’s computer. The “3rd party” cookies are placed when you are logged into their service, and Superbody does not control the dissemination of these cookies. These cookies are session, analytical and functional, and determine if the user is logged into a social network already, and control bookmarking or sharing Superbody content, or determine when viewing Superbody TV / our videos if you have Flash player installed; Superbody uses Adobe Flash Player to display this content. Flash cookies (Local Shared Objects) are used to verify if the user’s browser supports Flash. If you wish to disable Flash cookies, please visit www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/security.
Other third parties should be contacted directly to view their cookie privacy information. For further reading on cookies and their use, please visit: http://www.ico.gov.uk/for_organisations/privacy_and_electronic_communications/the_guide/cookies.aspx
Functional cookies are specifically about visitor experience on the website. For example they ‘remember’ the open/closed status of pop up messages, what time zone or view state was set for the Economic Calendar, enabling access to information stored when registered with Superbody and so on. Without these functional cookies, no settings information can be saved.