What is a Cookie?
A cookie, or “cookie” as it is known, is a small text file or information saved on your computer or mobile device (such as a smartphone, tablet) when you visit our sites using mobile and desktop devices. Cookies usually contain the names of the websites they come from, their lifetime (how long they will stay on your device) and random numbers.
What do we use it for?
Which Types Do We Use?
We use two types of cookies across our sites: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary cookies and are valid only until you close your browser. Persistent cookies remain on your hard drive until you delete them or expire (in this way, how long the cookies will remain on your device will depend on the “lifetime” of the cookies).
Third Party Cookies
When you visit our sites, we may allow our business partners, advertising platforms, social media platforms and these service providers, which provide analytical information collection services, to provide their services, to save cookies on your devices for us. For more information about these cookies and for detailed information on how to control these cookies, please review the privacy policies or cookie policies of these third party institutions and organizations.
How can you control or delete cookies?
Most internet browsers are set to automatically accept cookies by default. You can change these settings to block cookies or to alert you when a cookie is being sent to your device. There are several ways to manage cookies. For detailed information on how to adjust your browser settings, please refer to your browser’s instruction or help screen.
If you disable the cookies we use, this action may affect your user experience on now archaeology sites; For example, you may not be able to view certain parts of the now archaeology site or access information customized for you when you visit an now archaeology site.
If you use different devices (e.g. computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) to view now archaeology sites, you need to make sure that each browser on each of these devices is set to match your cookie preferences.