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Cookie Policy

Thank you for visiting EnergyMedicineHealers website. This page has information about the cookies this website uses. If you prefer not to have cookies set, please see below for instructions about how to adjust your browser to refuse cookies. You may also wish to clear cookies from your browsing data to remove any cookies already set. Alternatively, you can simply navigate away from this website and clear cookies from your browsing data.

This cookie policy has been placed here to comply with The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations 2003, and as subsequently amended in 2004, 2011, 2015, 2016. The law in the UK governing the use of cookies originates from an EU directive which was adopted by all EU countries in May 2011. In the UK, it is included in the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, which require that informed consent must be obtained from users located in the EU before storing non-essential cookies on their device. For owners and users of websites in the UK, detailed guidance is available from the Information Commissioner’s Office.

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About cookies

Cookies are small data files sent by a website’s server to a web browser, processor memory or hard drive and stored there. They can be used for a range of different purposes, such as customising a website for a particular user, helping a user navigate a website, improving that user’s website experience, and storing that user’s preferences and login information.

Cookies can be classified as either ‘essential’ or ‘non-essential’.

Essential cookies: these are cookies that are either used solely to carry out or facilitate the transmission of communications over a network or strictly necessary to provide an online service (e.g. our website or a service on our website) which you have requested.

Non-essential cookies: these are any cookies that do not fall within the definition of essential cookies, such as cookies used to analyse your behaviour on a website (‘analytical’ cookies) or cookies used to display advertisements to you (‘advertising’ cookies).

Cookies can be classified as either ‘session’ or ‘persistent’, depending on how long they last after they are placed on your browser.

  • Session cookies: session cookies last for as long as you keep your browser open. They expire when you close your browser.
  • Persistent cookies: persistent cookies expire at a fixed point in time or if you manually delete them from your browser, whichever occurs first.

Cookies can be classified as ‘first party’ or ‘third party’.

  • First party cookies: these are cookies placed on your device by our website domain.
  • Third party cookies: these are cookies placed on your device by third party website domains.

If you require further information about cookies in general, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org

List of Cookies Used

Name of Cookie Essential or Non-essential? Type of cookie First or Third party? Session or Persistent? Expiry time Purpose
PHPSESSID Essential HTTP First-party Session End of browser session Preserves user session state across page requests.
_ga Non-essential HTTP First-Party Persistent 2 years Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.
_gat Non-essential HTTP First-party Session 1 minute Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate
_gid Non-essential HTTP First-party Session 24 hours Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.
Collect Non-essential Pixel Third-party Session End of browser session Used to send data to Google Analytics about the visitor's device and behaviour. Tracks the visitor across d evices and marketing channels.
fr Non-essential HTTP Third-party Persistent 3 months Used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.
tr Non-essential Pixel Third-party Session End of browser session Used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.
impression.php/# Non-essential Pixel Third-party Session End of browser session Used by Facebook to register impressions on pages with the Facebook login button.
PREF Non-essential HTTP Third-party Persistent 8 months Registers a unique ID that is used by Google to keep statistics of how the visitor uses YouTube videos across different websites.
test_cookie Non-essential HTTP Third-party Session End of browser session Used to check if the user's browser supports cookies.
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE Non-essential HTTP Third-party Persistent 179 days Tries to estimate the users' bandwidth on pages with integrated YouTube videos.
YSC Non-essential HTTP Third-party Session End of browser session Registers a unique ID to keep statistics of what videos from YouTube the user has seen.
DYNSRV Non-essential HTTP First-party Session End of browser session This cookie is added by our load balancer to track which web server to send the visitor to. Its purpose is to improve the performance of the website.

Essential Cookies

These are cookies which are strictly necessary for our websites to be able to operate or to provide you with a service on our websites which you have requested. We use the following essential cookies on our websites:

  • Essential cookies help make a website usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies. These cookies are: PHPSESSID

We process information about you contained in or obtained from essential cookies in our legitimate interests (Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation).

Ensuring our site functions properly and providing you with online services you have requested.

Most browsers allow you to block all cookies, including essential cookies. Please note, however, that if you block all cookies, parts of our website and its functionality may not work or display properly.

You can delete existing cookies from your browser by clearing your browsing data and ensuring that the option to delete cookies is selected.
For more detailed information on how to accept and reject cookies, including guidance for specific browsers, please see the section below entitled How to accept or reject cookies

Non-essential Cookies

We use the following types of non-essential cookies on our website:

Functional cookies

These are cookies that are designed for purposes such as enhancing a website’s functionality. These are either not strictly essential for the website or functionality which you have requested to work, or are cookies which serve non-essential purposes in addition to their essential purpose. We use the following functional cookies on our website: third party persistent cookies to improve the loading time and functionality of videos on our website. These cookies are: VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE. These cookies expire after 8 months.

See the section below entitled How to accept or reject cookies

We process information about you contained in or obtained from functional cookies in our legitimate interests (Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation). We will only process such personal information if you have consented to us placing cookies on your computer or device.

Improving your website experience and providing and enhancing the website’s functionality.

Analytical (or performance) cookies

Analytical (or performance) cookies track and gather data about what a user does on a website. These cookies are not essential for our website or its functionality to work. We use the following analytical cookies on our website: We use Google Analytics cookies on our website. Google Analytics cookies help us understand how you engage and interact with our website, including how you came to our website, which pages you visited, for how long and what you clicked on and your location (based on your IP address). The Google Analytics cookies used on our website are: _ga, _gat and _gid. These cookies are session and persistent cookies. These cookies expire after 24 hours in the case of _gid and 2 years in the case of _ga. _gat is a session cookie. The information we collect using Google analytics cookies is aggregated and anonymised.

Google Analytics cookies are classified as first party cookies as they are set by our website domain, although Google collects and processes information from our use of Google Analytics. To find out more about how Google handles information collected from Google Analytics, see Google Analytics’ privacy policy, which is available here. For information on how Google uses data from cookies it uses, please visit this link.

We process information about you contained in or obtained from analytical cookies in our legitimate interests (Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation).

Analysing how individuals use our website to help us improve our website and business. For further information on how we use the information gathered from our use of analytical cookies, including profiling, please see the section entitled Our use of automated decision making and profiling in our privacy policy, which is available here.[insert link to privacy policy]

See the section below entitled How to accept or reject cookies

To opt out of Google Analytics tracking across all websites in general, you can do so here.

Targeting (or advertising) cookies

Targeting (or advertising) cookies record information about your visit to and use of our website, for advertising purposes. For information on third party targeting or advertising cookies we use on our website, please see the section below entitled Third party cookies.

Third Party Cookies

Third parties use cookies to analyse your use of our website and/or to display advertisements (including third party advertisements) to you [and] [insert any other uses of third party cookies e.g. advertisement conversion tracking such as Google AdWords]. Third party cookies used in relation to our website include:

  • Google AdWords cookies to track whether you have come to us via an advertisement we have placed on a search engine results page and to record information relating to how you came to us such as your location when you accessed our website, the time of day you visited and the device you were using. Google may use different cookies to track how you came to our website depending on what advertisement you clicked on and where. Google uses the collect cookie for this purpose.
  • YouTube cookies to track when you watch YouTube videos on websites across the internet. These generate statistics on the videos you watch such as how many videos you watch and for how long. These cookies are: PREF and YSC.

For information about the cookies Google uses in relation to the above, see the ‘Advertising’ section on the Types of cookies used by Google page in Google’s cookies policy, which is available here. For information about how Google uses data from cookies for its own purposes, please visit the following link.

We process information about you contained in or obtained from third party cookies on the basis of your consent (Article 6(1)(a) of the General Data Protection Regulation).

the purposes for which we use the third party cookies as described above. For further information on how we or third parties use the information gathered from our use of third party cookies, including profiling, please see the section entitled Our use of automated decision making and profiling in our privacy policy, which is available here. [insert link to privacy policy]

See the section below entitled How to accept or reject cookies

Other technologies

Web beacons

We embed web beacons in our marketing emails which we sent out using AWeber. You can access AWeber’s privacy policy here.

Web beacons are small GIF image files which enable us to track your receipt of our marketing emails, how often you view our adverts or website pages, your location, IP address and browser information. Web beacons are activated whenever you open a marketing email or access a page on our website which contains a web beacon. Web beacons transmit data when you view them but are not capable of accessing any other information on your computer. Web beacons are not stored on your hard drive unless you download a GIF image containing them.

we process the information we gather from the use of web beacons in our legitimate interests (Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation).

analysing the effectiveness of our email marketing campaigns. For further information on how we use the information gathered from our use of web beacons, including profiling, please see the section entitled Our use of automated decision making and profiling in our privacy policy, which is available here. [insert link to privacy policy]

See the section below entitled How to accept or reject cookies

Facebook Pixel

We use Facebook Pixel on our website. Facebook Pixel is a tracking code which allows us to track and monitor the success of advertisements we use on Facebook and to improve the effectiveness of those advertisements by recording information such as the device you used to access our website and the actions you took on our website using cookies. We may also use Facebook Pixel to create retargeting advertisements and custom audiences for our advertisements on Facebook and on our website.

Facebook aggregates data gathered from our use of Facebook Pixel on our website with data it gathers from other sources, in order to improve and target advertisements displayed on its website or via its services, to improve its systems and to provide measurement services to third parties which use Facebook’s advertising services.

You can find out more about how Facebook handles information they collect about you and other individuals by accessing their privacy policy, which is available here.
You can also prevent Facebook collecting information using Facebook Pixel by changing your ad settings in Facebook here.
The Facebook Pixel tracking related cookies are: fr, tr and impression.php/#.

we process the information we gather from the use of web beacons in our legitimate interests (Article 6(1)(f) of the General Data Protection Regulation).

analysing the effectiveness of our advertisements on Facebook. For further information on how we use the information gathered from our use of Facebook Pixel, including automated decision making and profiling please see the section entitled Our use of automated decision making and profiling in our privacy policy, which is available here. [insert link to privacy policy]

See the section below entitled How to accept or reject cookies

List of Unclassified Cookies

Name of Cookie Provider Type of cookie First or Third party? Session or Persistent? Expiry time Purpose
flowplayerTestStorage energymedicinehealers.com HTML First-party Persistent Unlimited Unclassified
form/displays.htm forms.aweber.com Pixel Third-party Session Unlimited Unclassified
google_experiment_mod energymedicinehealers.com HTML First-party Persistent Unlimited Unclassified
hustle_module_show_count-popup-1 energymedicinehealers.com HTTP First-party Persistent 29days Unclassified

How to accept or reject cookies

There are a number of different ways in which you can accept or reject some or all cookies and similar technologies.

Some of the main methods of doing so are described below.

You are welcome to block the use of some or all of the cookies we use on our website. However, please be aware that doing so may impair our website and its functionality or may even render some or all of it unusable.

You should also be aware that clearing all cookies from your browser will also delete any cookies that are storing your preferences, for example, whether you have accepted cookies on a website or any cookies that are blocking other cookies.

You can find more detailed information about cookies and adjusting your browser settings by visiting www.allaboutcookies.org

Accepting or rejecting cookies

You can accept or reject non-essential cookies by using our cookie management tool. [insert description of how your cookie control tool works and how a user can turn on or off different types of cookies]

You can accept or reject some or all cookies (for example, blocking all third party cookies) by adjusting your browser settings. If you do not know how to do this, the links below set out information about how to change your browser settings for some of the most commonly used web browsers:

To clear cookies that have previously been placed on your browser, you should select the option to clear your browsing history and ensure that the option to delete or clear cookies is included when you do so.

You can manage and opt out of personalisation of advertisements by Google by visiting Google’s ad settings page here and by:

  • unticking the button entitled ‘Also use Google Account activity and information to personalize ads on these websites and apps and store that data in your Google Account’; and
  • switching the ‘Ads Personalisation’ setting off (i.e. by ensuring the switch at the top of the page is set to the left/grey and not the right/blue).

Alternatively, you can install a free browser plugin here.

You can opt out of Google Analytics tracking by installing the browser add-on which is available here.

You can install a browser add-on tool called ‘Disconnect Facebook pixel and FB tracking’. This will stop Facebook tracking you on third party websites. You can install the tool here:

You can opt out of Facebook and other companies that participate in the Digital Advertising Alliance in Europe from showing you interest based ads by visiting http://www.youronlinechoices.com, selecting your country, clicking ‘Your Ad Choices’, then locating Facebook (and any other companies you want to block) and selecting the ‘Off’ option.

Our details

This website is owned and operated by Lijana Skottowe.

Our principal place of business is at Suite 2, 4 Cambalt Road, London, SW15 6EW.

You can contact us:

(a) by post, using the postal address given above;

(b) using our website contact form;

(c) by telephone, on the contact number published on our website;

(d) by email, using the email address published on our website from time to time.

 

Last updated: 25th May 2018