Website Privacy Statement
South Dublin County Council's Website Privacy Statement is available here
1. What are Cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are stored in your web browser on your computer, tablet or smartphone when you visit a website. Cookies serve a number of purposes such as letting you navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, interests or log in details, and generally improving your experience.
4. Which Cookies do we use?
General Information Source (Where cookies come from):
First Party Cookies: These cookies are provided by us and used by various features on our website. Examples may include customising a visitor's visit, providing statistical information, and verifying a visitor's identity for security purposes.
Third Party Cookies: These cookies are provided by "Third Party" vendors who provide products and features we have integrated into our website. Examples include social media sites, ad networks, and security systems.
Expiration (How long cookies last) Session Cookies: These cookies are added when a visitor starts to browse our website or interacts with a specific feature and are deleted when the browser is closed.
Persistent Cookies: These cookies are added when a visitor starts to browse our website or interacts with a specific feature, but may remain stored on your Device until a certain termination date is reached (in terms of minutes, days or years from the creation/update of the cookie).
Type (What application uses the cookie?)
Necessary Cookies: These are required in order to ensure the website functions properly. These cookies do not collect information from your computer and they typically store information in the form of a session identification that does not personally identify you.
User Experience: These cookies to help improve your experience on this website. These cookies are often set to remember user preferences especially between visits on the website.
Analytical Cookies: These cookies to help us to improve our website by collecting and reporting information on how you use it. These cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone.
Marketing Cookies: These coookies are generally set as a result of some embedded content such as a video, a social media share or a like button. These cookies are set to help improve the user experience on the website. These are often set to remember user preferences especially between visits on the website.
5. Managing and Disabling Cookies
6. Where can I get more information about Cookies?
You can find more information about cookies by visiting the following information website: www.allaboutcookies.org