We use two types of Cookies: persistent Cookies and session Cookies. A persistent cookie helps us recognise you as a returning visitor. Persistent Cookies stay in your browser and will be recognised by SIRIUS Insight upon your return to our website. Session Cookies only last for the duration of the session (usually the time spent on the website).
Cookies maybe used for various functions. It is highly recommended that Cookies are not disabled, since turning off Cookies may render some features of the website unavailable. In situations where a user is not sure whether the Cookies are necessary or not it is suggested to keep the Cookies activated.
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Our website also uses various social media plugins that allow a user to connect with their various social networks. For this to work on SIRIUS Insight’s website the following social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and potentially other, will set Cookies through our site which may be used to enhance your social media profile or contribute to the data they hold for various purposes outlined in their respective privacy policies.
Details about the Cookies on our website can be found in our Cookie declaration.
As mentioned above in the policy, leaving the Cookies enabled is important for optimum browsing features. However, the Cookies can be deactivated by adjusting the settings on the browser. Please note that disabling Cookies will adversely affect the functionality of ours and several other websites that a user may visit. Consequently, it is recommended that the Cookies are always active.
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Update: 5th of February 2021