Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files placed on your computer or internet enabled device by websites in order to add functionality. A cookie can be used to identify a user’s computer or internet enabled device to the website, or to other third party websites. This allows websites to improve the way they work, such as remembering preferences expressed by a user or tracking a user’s use of a website for statistical analysis.

What cookies are used on this site?

The McCann FitzGerald website uses the following cookies:

Expression Engine cookies - The Expression Engine system uses cookies in order to anonymously track things like the length of time that has elapsed since a user last visited the site, the last pages visited by the user etc. (in order, for example, to ensure that the web pages are appropriately displayed in the user’s browser (e.g. for mobile, desktop use etc.). We also use these cookies, where relevant, to authenticate user log-ins to our website, to remember any user preferences expressed, and to allow users to browse through the pages of the site whilst remaining logged in. These cookies do not gather any personally identifiable data and will expire once the session is over.

Google Analytics – McCann FitzGerald uses the industry standard Google Analytics package in order to track the use of our website. The Google Analytics package uses a suite of cookies in order to anonymously track things like unique visitors to the site, how long users visit the site for and how users found the site. Some of these cookies are session cookies which expire when you leave the site or where you have been inactive on the site for a certain period of time, whilst others are set to expire two years after they have been last updated. You can opt out of Google Analytics using the tools available at this website.

Cookie Pop Up – We use a cookie to determine if you have read our cookies consent pop up and to ensure we do not show it to you again when you dismiss it.

What cookies are used in McCann FitzGerald Update Emails?

When we send an email as part of our McCann FitzGerald Updates Service the email includes cookies and similar technologies to help us better understand how subscribers interact with our emails, such as whether they are opened by the subscriber. If you do not consent to us setting these cookies, please unsubscribe from our email list and delete any emails that you have received.

Managing cookies

If you do not want your browser to accept cookies, you can turn off the cookie acceptance option in your browser settings. For further information about how to turn off cookie acceptance please refer to the “Help” function in your browser. 

Please note that disabling cookie support may prevent this website from functioning properly and you may not be able to fully utilise all of its features and services.