Cookies are small files that a website saves to your computer. They do lots of different jobs to make the site work better for you and also help Intravenous understand how visitors use the website. These cookies are not used to identify you personally but can be used to store activities and preferences chosen by you and your browser.
Please note that cookies do not harm your computer or its software and that you can manage them via your browser.
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These are cookies set by a different organisation to the owner of the website you are visiting. The website may use a third party analytics company for example, who will set their own cookies to perform specific services. The website you are visiting could also contain embedded content from a third party such as YouTube, and sites like these may set their own cookies.
A website may also use a third party advertising network to deliver targeted advertising on their site, which may have the capability to track your browsing patterns across different websites. Please note that advertising cookies are not set by Intravenous.
You can find out more information on what third party cookies are set in the table below:
Cookies can be deleted within your browser and you can also control which cookies are saved. Please note that if cookies aren’t enabled on your computer your user experience of a website may be limited.