Browser Settings

from Control Tower

 

We realise that Cookies can be a bit of a pain, and can often be quite scary. The EU law, passed in the UK in May 2011, states that websites have to gain consent when storing cookies. However, not all cookies are intrusive, Control Tower utilises Google Anayltics, which tracks the users interactions on a website, enabling us to gather information to make your website better. This way of tracking is there to monitor website traffic and to better user experience. However, if you'd prefer to opt out, you can easily click the 'C' triangle button at the bottom left of your screen and disable cookies (Appearance and position can vary from site to site).

Control Tower utilising a robust third-party Cookie consent model by UK based Civic, called Cookie Control

Learn more about cookies.

A helping hand

To make sure you can surf the web the way you want to, we've supplied to handy list of all the major browsers, and how to manually change your cookie settings per browser. These links blow, will allow you to turn off third party cookies using the browser settings.

Firefox

How to change your cookie settings in Firefox

Internet Explorer

How to change your cookie settings in Internet Explorer 11

How to change your cookie settings in Internet Explorer 10

How to change your cookie settings in Internet Explorer 9

How to change your cookie settings in Internet Explorer 7 and 8

Google Chrome

How to change your cookie settings in Google Chrome

Safari (for OS X)

This is for the latest OSX 'Mountain Lion'.

How to change your cookie settings in Safari (OS X)

Safari (for iOS)

iOS is the default browser for Apple devices, like iPhone's and iPad's.

How to change your cookie settings in Safari (iOS)

Android

Android applies to any Smart phone or tablet devices on the Android platform, including Google Nexus, Samsung, Hudl etc.

How to change your cookie settings in Android