Cookies and related technologies
The University collects information about visitors to our websites via the use of third-party cookies or other automated means including server logs. A cookie is a packet of data that a website puts on a visitor's computer's hard disk to identify them as a visitor to that site for a limited time. This information could include: your server address; your domain name; your IP address; the date, time and duration of your visit; the page accessed before your visit to our site; the pages accessed and documents downloaded from our site; the previous site visited; the type of browser you used (see UNE Privacy Management Rule).
We use Google Analytics, Google’s web analytics service, to support Google features to help us better understand our website visitors, monitor our content usage and help us improve users’ web experience. Learn more about Google Analytics security and privacy principals. If you’d like to prevent your data from being collected, you can install the Google Analytics Opt Out add-on.
We use CrazyEgg tracking to help us understand how you navigate our site to help us improve the experience. If you'd like to prevent your data from being collected, visit CrazyEgg Opt Out information.
Demographics and interests reporting
We use Google Analytics Advertising Features to collect sampled reporting of demographics and interests within Google Analytics. Reporting may include age, gender and interests. This data is used to help provide more relevant content to our users. Visitors can choose to opt out by installing the Google Analytics Opt Out add-on and/or Advertising Cookie Opt-Out Plugin.
Marketing campaigns and remarketing
Marketing cookies are used to analyse our website usage and effectiveness of campaigns to ensure you receive relevant content and communications.
Remarketing cookies will be used to serve our advertisements across the internet to visitors who previously visited our website. If you have a cookie from our website stored on your computer, you may see the University’s advertisements on other sites.
Cookies used on the website for these purposes include the DoubleClick cookie. Visitors can choose to opt out of Double Click by installing the Google Analytics Opt Out add-on and/or Advertising Cookie Opt-Out Plugin . You can choose to opt out of the
Changing cookie preferences
You may choose to disallow cookies through your web browser settings. Refer to your computer browser instructions or visit www.allaboutcookies.org to learn more about disabling cookies.