Cookies Policy



A cookie is a tiny data file that is stored on your computer within the web browser when you visit certain web pages. A cookie does not contain or collect information in isolation, but when read by a server via a web browser. Cookies can provide information to facilitate a more user-friendly service such as detecting errors. A cookie will not harm your computer and no personally identifiable information is stored from visiting this site. For more information on how cookies are used on this website, please see How We Use Cookies.


To use our website fully, you will need to have cookies enabled. You can still browse the website if you do not have cookies enabled; however, certain features may be limited. Most web browsers have cookies automatically enabled; however, see Managing Cookies to find out how you can check your cookie settings.


This information is outlined as part of our efforts to comply with recent legislation and to ensure that we are open, honest and clear about user privacy. Please refer to our Privacy Policy for more information.




You may notice the presence of different types of cookies generated on your visit to this website. We use three types of cookies:

• Session cookies - are automatically deleted after every visit.

• Persistent cookies - remain in place during multiple visits to the site.

• Third party cookies - used by partner websites that are embedded within our site or that we link to.


Session cookies. These enable you to perform essential functions on the website, such as remembering a repeat form field item within a browsing session. They help by limiting the need to transfer information across the Internet. They are not stored on your computer.


Persistent cookies. These enable us to recognize anonymous repeat visitors to the website. By matching an anonymous, randomly generated identifier, a record can be taken of specific browsing information such as how you arrive at the site, the pages you view, options you select, and the path taken through the site. By monitoring this information we’re able to make improvements to the site, including fixing errors and enhancing content.


Third-Party cookies. When you visit our website, you may notice some cookies that are not related to Nick Stenson. If you go on to a web page that contains embedded content, for example from Facebook or YouTube, you may be sent cookies from these websites. We do not control the generation of these cookies and suggest that you check the individual third-party websites for more information about their cookies and how to manage them.




Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can alter the settings of your browser to erase cookies or to prevent automatic acceptance. Browsers generally provide the option to see the cookies currently stored and to accept, reject or delete cookies, block third party cookies, block cookies from particular sites, accept all cookies and subscribe to a notification when a cookie is issued. View the Options or Preferences menu on your browser to change these settings. The browser help section typically provides detailed information on how this is accomplished.

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