Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Cookies are small files used by websites to store basic information about site visitors and their interactions on a website. Cookies are stored on a hardrive and allow a website to recognise your computer when you revisit or browse between pages.

Many sites use cookies and these cannot harm your computer or computer files.

Gap 360 uses these cookies for internal purposes in order to track user interactions with the website. This data is then used to:

  1. Facilitate users abilities to navigate around the site.
  2. Compile statistical reports for the evaluation of website use.
  3. Personalise the site through an understanding of user preferences and relevancy.

We do not track use of the internet after you leave the website nor will we pass on any cookie derived data to third parties.

Gap 360 uses two types of cookies on the Website;

  1. Session cookies - Temporary cookies used until you leave the website
  2. Persistent cookies, These remain in the cookie file of your browser for a longer period of time

Cookie-derived information is anonymous and represents a computer rather than a person. You cannot be personally identified from it and we use it solely on an anonymous, aggregated basis.

See this link for further information on cookies.

By using this site with cookies enabled, you are agreeing for us to store information about your visit using cookies.

If you wish to disable cookies, please choose your browser and then follow the instructions:

Internet Explorer

  1. In Internet Explorer, click Internet Options on the Tools menu, and then click the Security tab.
  2. Click the Web content zone you want, and then click Custom Level.
  3. Under Cookies, click the options you want, click OK, and then click OK.

Google Chrome

  1. Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click the Under the Hood tab.
  4. Click Content settings in the "Privacy" section.
  5. Click the Cookies tab in the Content Settings dialog that appears:
    • Block all cookies: Select "Block sites from setting any data." Keep in mind that selecting this setting will prevent most sites that require you to sign in from working. You'll see in the address bar whenever a cookie has been blocked.
    • Block only third-party cookies: Select the "Ignore exceptions and block third-party cookies from being set" checkbox. Even if you've added a site to the Exceptions list and have chosen to allow its cookies, the site's third-party cookies won't be accepted if this checkbox is selected

Mozilla Firefox

  1. At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button (Tools menu in Windows XP) and then click Options
  2. Select the Privacy panel
  3. Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history.
  4. Check mark Accept cookies from sites to enable Cookies, and uncheck it to disable them.
  5. Choose how long cookies are allowed to be stored:
    • Keep until: they expire: Each cookie will be removed when it reaches its expiration date, which is set by the site that sent the cookie.
    • Keep until: I close Firefox: The cookies that are stored on your computer will be removed when Firefox is closed.
    • Keep until: ask me every time: Displays an alert every time a website tries to send a cookie, and asks you whether or not you want to store it.

Apple Safari

  1. Choose Safari > Preferences.
  2. Click Security.
  3. In the Accept Cookies section, choose how you want Safari to handle cookies. Click the Help (question mark) button to see an explanation of the options.

Opera

  • Delete cookies
    To ensure that cookie information is kept in the browser, select Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Cookies and check "Delete new cookies when exiting Opera" and close Opera when you have finished browsing.
  • Enable or disable cookies
    You may also decide that you want to disable cookies. Note, however, that you may have difficulties logging on to a significant amount of Web sites if you disable cookies. To disable cookes, select Settings > Quick Preferences and uncheck "Enable Cookies".