What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that we, and in certain circumstances third parties, place on your browser when you visit our websites or open some of our emails.

Cookies, amongst other things, allow Glam Magazine to recognise you each time you re-visit one of our websites and provide you with a more personalised user experience.
How do we and third parties use cookies?
You should be aware that information on you may be collected through the use of cookies when you use our websites and/or selected third party sites. It is essential that we use some cookies in order to provide you with the services you have requested from us. Some cookies, however, whilst useful, are not essential, and when using Glam Magazine websites you agree to the use of these non-essential cookies unless you specifically set your browser to reject them.
When you initially enter one of our sites we may place an anonymous cookie on your browser to enable us to recognise you the next time you visit the website. We may also place a further cookie on your browser when you register for one of our services, this will enable us to remember you next time you come to sign in, eliminating the need for you to re-enter your login details and customising your future uses of our sites.
We may also place cookies on your browser to provide you with behavioural advertising and monitor the advertising on our sites to, amongst other things, ensure that you are not subjected to intrusive advertising.
Small pieces of code called pixel tags, web beacons or GIF files, are used in conjunction with cookies to help us manage and monitor our online advertising and wider business arrangements with third parties. These files will allow us to aggregate anonymous information relating to advertising and website usage.

The type of information collected includes, but is not limited to, information relating to advertising responses, page views, promotion views and purchases made. Such pixel tags may be used to recognise third party cookies (cookies generated by third parties) and inform us and/or third parties of which advertisement or link brought you to our website, allowing us to monitor the efficacy of our business relationships with third parties.
How to manage or refuse cookies
If you do not want your browser to accept cookies and use them in the ways described above it is possible to change your browser settings. It is also possible to delete existing cookies from your browser. However blocking all cookies will affect your web experience and may result in some parts our websites not functioning properly.

Use of different cookies
We will use different cookies at various different stages of your use of our websites.
Tracking and Customisation Cookies
These are used to recognise repeat visitors to Glam Magazine websites and customise the visitor experience, as described above. They may also be used in conjunction with other information we or our third party partners hold to attempt to record specific browsing information.
Session Cookie
These are used to maintain your session when you sign in on our websites, allowing you to access our online services without the need to sign in on every page you visit. The session cookie is used to tailor advertising to you on Glam Magazine services and websites and selected third party websites. If you opt out of tailored advertising, we stop using this cookie for this purpose.

Advertising Cookies
In addition Glam Magazine works with third parties for the purpose of delivering targeted behavioural advertising to our websites. Through the use of cookies, anonymous information about your use of our websites and other websites will be used to provide more relevant adverts about goods and services of interest to you.
The cookie enables behavioural advertising.
Opting out ‘opt-out’ cookie to your device. Please note that if you subsequently delete all of your cookies you will also delete the Audience Science opt-out cookie.

The majority of adverts you see on Glam Magazine websites will have been placed by third parties. These third parties may choose to generate their own cookies for the purposes of collecting anonymous information relating to the viewing of their advertising.