Our cookies policy
The table below details the cookies used by www.bad.org.uk. It explains why we use each cookie, whether the cookie contain any of your personal information and what will happen if you choose not to allow us to use each cookie.
Essential cookies are required for our website to work properly.
Includes: BAD-Cookie-popup, vuid
Those cookies are used to store your preferences. We want to remember your choices of how we should handle your data and we need to do it by storing the preferences cookies on your local machine. None of those cookies contain sensitive information.
Includes: BAD-WebApp, BAD-AUTH
These cookies are saved on your computer when you log in to your account in order to provide you with the best online experience. It is a way for us to remember that you provided your details and allow you access to our resources. Some of our resources are accessible only to authorised users which means that we constantly check your status while your browse our website. Within those files, we store your personal access key generated every time you log in to your account and your account ID.
Includes: _ga, _gad, _git and DoubleClick IDE
We use Google Analytics to understand how we can improve our web site. These cookies do not contain any personal information. The reports generated by Google Analytics contain aggregated, anonymous information. For example, it will tell us how many people visited our site, but not who visited our site.It is expressly against Google’s Terms of Service even to try to capture personal information. Google Analytics cookies do not expire – they will last until you delete your cookies. Disabling these cookies means we will think there are fewer people using our web site than there really are.
Learn more about Google Analytics cookies here: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy
Throughout our website, we use different providers for our video and content hosting. They may require additional cookies to ensure a seamless integration and experience. We do not manage those cookies and they are stored on your machine on the providers’ behalf.
The most popular cookies you may see while using the website will come from YouTube, Vimeo as well as social media – some of those preferences are taken from your consent on those specific platforms. We also store temporary cookies to give you access to Wiley Library.