Cookie Policy


Introduction

Like many online services, we or an authorised third party may send cookies to your device or use other technologies (such as web beacons) to understand and enhance your experience of our website https://www.digitaltheatre.com  and online services (the “Website”).


We want you to be informed about our use of cookies and other technologies, so this Cookie Policy explains the types of technologies we use, what they do, and your choices regarding their use


When we refer to “we”, “us” and “our” we mean Digital Theatre.com Limited and all companies which are for the time being either a holding company, subsidiary, or affiliate.


Please see our Privacy Policy explaining our principles when it comes to the collection, processing, and storage of personal data. 


Cookies and similar technologies

Cookies are small pieces of data, stored in text files, that are stored on your computer or other device when websites are loaded in a browser. They are widely used to “remember” you and your preferences, either for a single visit (through a “session cookie”) or for multiple repeat visits (using a “persistent cookie”). They ensure a consistent and efficient experience for users, and perform essential functions such as allowing users to register and remain logged in. Cookies may be set by the website that you are visiting (known as “first party cookies”), or by third parties, such as those who provide advertising or analytics services on the website (“third party cookies”).


We may also use pixels or “web beacons” that monitor your use of our Website. Web beacons are small strings of code that provide a method for delivering a graphic image on a webpage for the purpose of transferring data. For example, the URL of the page on which the web beacon appears or the type of browser that fetched the web beacon. Web beacons are often used in conjunction with cookies, though they are not stored on your computer in the same way as cookies. As a result, if you disable cookies, web beacons may still load, but their functionality will be restricted.


What categories of cookies may be used?

Strictly Necessary Cookies are strictly necessary for our digital service to function and to meet our user’s needs. Some examples of how we use these cookies are: (a) to allow registered users to sign in and perform account related functions; (b) remembering security settings that affect access to certain content, for example, parental controls; (c) collecting information regarding which content users view most often so we can improve our online services; and (d) other basic functions like page navigation. They also help us to enforce our Terms of Use which contain important terms and conditions governing the use of our services. You can delete and manage strictly necessary cookies as instructed in the “To exercise choice regarding strictly necessary cookies and other technologies” section of this Cookie Policy. Please also see Annex 1, for a list of the strictly necessary cookies we currently use. 

Preference Cookies allow our Website to remember your preferences and provide the personalised features you select. The purpose of these cookies is to allow you to sign-in to our Website without you having to re-enter your details every time you visit. They also allow us to manage network traffic and to understand account usage. Our preference cookies collect anonymous information. We do not share information collected using our preference cookies with advertisers or third parties. We do not use these cookies to collect information on your browsing behaviour on websites which we do not operate. You can delete and manage preference cookies as instructed in the “To exercise choice regarding preference cookies” section of this Cookie Policy. Please also see Annex 1, for a list of the preference cookies we currently use.

Analytics/Performance Cookies are used by us (or service providers on our behalf) for our benefit, to improve your experience of our services, or for other statistics gathering purposes. Our analytics cookies are used to generate aggregated, anonymous information about how you and other users of our service and its features. For instance, such cookies may collect the following information: (a) the number of visitors to our Website; (b) the websites that referred you to our Website; (c) the pages you visited on our Website; (d) what time of day you visited our Website; (e) whether you visited our Website before; and other similar information. The information collected may be used to fix any errors, improve your online experience generally, to collate statistics, or customise your online experience by showing you content we think you will like. You can delete and manage analytics/performance cookies as instructed in the “To exercise choice regarding analytics/performance cookies” section of this Cookie Policy. Please also see Annex 1, for a list of the analytics cookies we currently use. 


Marketing Communications

Where you have opted in to receive communications from us, we may use cookies and other tracking technologies to tailor future communication to reflect your interests. We may also use cookies or similar technologies within our communications to you (for example to see what content you interact with and what links you follow so that we can better match future communications to your interests). You may opt out at any time from receiving such communications from us by either clicking the “unsubscribe” link in one of our emails or by emailing us at support@digitaltheatre.com.


How can I exercise choice regarding cookies and other technologies?

Cookies do not harm your computer and do not enable us or any third-party to view any information on your computer’s hard drive. The cookies we use are designed to help you get the most from our Website, but if you do not wish to receive these cookies, please read the following sections of this Cookie Policy.

To exercise choice regarding strictly necessary cookies and other technologies. You can only remove or reject strictly necessary cookies and other technologies that are similar to cookies (such as browser storage and plug-ins) via your browser settings. Please see the “To exercise choice using browser settings” section of this Cookie Policy for advice on how to do this. However, if you use your browser settings to remove these cookies you may not be able to access all or parts of our Website. 

To exercise choice regarding preference cookies. If you do not wish to receive these cookies, you can renew or change your cookie consent at any time via your browser settings. Please see the “To exercise choice using browser settings” section of this Cookie Policy for advice on how to do this. However, if you use your browser settings to remove these cookies, such removal may result in limited functionality of our service and any preferences, or settings you selected will not be retained for later visits. 

To exercise choice regarding analytics/performance cookies. If you do not wish to receive these cookies, you can renew or change your cookie consent at any time via your browser settings. Please see the “To exercise choice using browser settings” section of this Cookie Policy for advice on how to do this.

To exercise choice using browser settings. Many popular browsers provide the ability to clear browser storage, commonly in the “settings”, “options” or “preferences” areas. To understand these settings, the following links may be helpful, otherwise you could use the “Help” option in your browser for more details. Please note, you must take such steps on each browser or device that you use. If you replace, change or upgrade your browser or device, or delete your cookies, you may need to use these opt-out tools again.


To exercise choice using self-regulatory programmes. We support self-regulatory programmes which provide single opt out tools. If you would like to limit third party advertising cookies, you can turn such cookies off by visiting the following links (please bear in mind that there are many more companies listed on these sites than those that send cookies via our services).



Do Not Track signals

Some browsers have a Do Not Track setting. This sends a signal to websites asking them not to track your browsing. Generally, we do not currently respond to, or take any action with respect to web browser “Do Not Track” signals. However, in some instances our third-party service providers who integrate within our services do not honour Do Not Track signals.

Changes to this Cookie Policy

We may update this Cookie Policy at any time without prior notice.  We encourage you to review the Cookie Policy regularly. Any changes will become effective prospectively from the date of publication. This Cookie Policy was last updated on 01 July 2021. 

Contacting Us

For more information about this Cookie Policy or the cookies we use, please contact us by email at support@digitaltheatre.com.
 

Annex 1

These lists will be constantly updated; we recommend checking them from time to time.

Name: cookieconsent_status
Purpose: Used by our Website, to store your cookie consent state.
Classification: Preferences
Expiry: 1 year

Name: language_pro
Purpose: Used by our Website, to store your language selection.
Classification: Preferences
Expiry: 1 Year

Name: WL_SESSID_PRO
Purpose: 
Used by our Website, to store your authentication state.
Classification: Strictly Necessary
Expiry: 1 Year

Name: AWSALBCORS
Purpose: Enables duration based stickiness for load balancing for Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) requests.
Classification: Strictly Necessary
Expiry: After 7 days

Name: AWSALB
Purpose: Enables duration based stickiness for load balancing.
Classification: Strictly Necessary
Expiry: After 7 days

Name: _ga
Purpose: 
Used by our analytical provider to gather anonymised usage statistics we use to improve the service we offer you.
Classification: Preferences
Expiry: Session