Cookie Policy

This Policy Outlines how Harper Digital uses cookies and related technologies when you visit our website.

Cookies are small files that are passed to a user’s device when that user visits a website. Cookies are widely used by websites and online service providers to store and track information about the user’s use of the website. This information is then used by an organisation to recognise devices, and to personalize and improve the user experience.

Harper Digital uses cookies to analyse website traffic, personalise your browsing experience, and to serve & measure advertisements on other websites.

How we use cookies
Harper Digital uses 3rd party cookies. 3rd party cookies are from another organisation we have partnered with to deliver our service and that provide specific features or functionality. Those who set these cookies can recognise your computer or device when visiting our website and when visiting certain other websites.

We use 3rd party cookies, (such as the persistent Google Analytics cookie) to make our site easier to use and personalized for you as well as personalising our advertising messages. We also use 3rd party cookies to compile anonymous aggregated usage statistics to assist us in our marketing. We cannot identify users personally from this information, and we are selective about the organisations we choose to partner with.

By using this website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with this policy. If you do not agree to our use of cookies in this way you should set your browser settings accordingly or cease using the Harper Digital website.

For further questions on Harper Digital privacy and security, please contact [email protected]