What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file containing letters and numbers that is stored on your computer by your web browser. As is the case for most transactional websites, they are essential to our website operation, and help us to improve our website service by understanding how our customers use our site, and to provide a more personalized service.

Cookies cannot read information stores on the hard drive of your computer. They cannot be used to spread viruses and they cannot access your email address. They will only transfer data which you have disclosed to the website.

In many cases, our cookies expire and delete themselves after a set period of time. You can find out about how to manage your cookie settings by reading the ‘Managing your cookies’ section below.

For further information about disabling cookies on your computer visit for a step by step guide on how to manage this.

To help you identify what cookies we use and why please read our guide below:

What sort of cookies do Thesis Technology use, and why?

Strictly necessary cookies

Strictly necessary cookies are placed on your computer to allow our website to operate. This site only uses strictly necessary, first party cookies to enable our administrators to access the content management system.

Third party cookies are used to help with fraud detection and prevention.

The main strictly necessary cookies that we have the following functions:

Social media sharing

Our website may contain links to third-party social media sites such Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you take the opportunity to share our website content via these social media sites, those sites may also place cookies on your computer. If you have chosen to share our content via your social media sites, we have no control over this or the technologies used by the third-party sites, and accept no liability or responsibility for them.

Managing your cookies

Your cookie settings are managed in your web browser, which should automatically be set to enable cookies unless you have changed your settings. It is important, therefore, that you understand how your cookie settings are set up in your web browser.

You can enable, disable or delete cookies by following your browser instructions, which you can usually find in the Tools or Help or Edit menu of a computer. If you chose to disable your cookie settings, then some of the basic shopping functionality of our website will not operate.

We will update this cookie notice from time to time, so please check back periodically to see any updates of changes.

This cookie notice was last updated on 4th November 2021.