Cookie Policy

Last Updated: 09/01/2024

1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this policy is to honour the privacy and security of any data collected from visitors to Davis Events Agency’s website, as Davis Events Agency acts as a Personal Data Controller under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

2.0 Scope

This policy applies to the Davis Events Agency website, which uses cookies, in combination with pixels, local storage objects, and similar devices (“cookies”) in order to distinguish visitors to the website from each other. Users of the Davis Events Agency website will experience personalised content while they visit the website.

3.0 Definitions

Cookie: A small file of letters and numbers that is stored on a user’s browser or the hard drive of the user’s device. Cookies allow website owners to link the actions of users during a browser session.

First-party cookie: Cookies set by a website that the user is visiting at the time (e.g., cookies placed by an organisation’s website domain).

Third-party cookie: Cookies set by a domain other than that of the website being visited by the user (e.g., when a user visits a website and another entity sets a cookie through that website).

Persistent cookies: These cookies remain on a user’s device for the period of time specified in the cookie. Every time the user revisits the website, the cookies are activated.

Session cookies: These cookies are temporary, once a browser is closed, all session cookies are deleted.

4.0 Policy

This policy describes the types of cookies that are used on the Davis Events Agency website and the purposes for which they are used.

If users have questions about the Cookie Policy or data privacy, information can be obtained from info@davisevents.ie.

If users require more information related to Davis Events Agency privacy practices, this can be accessed by visiting the Privacy Policy.

4.1 Use Of Cookies And Purpose

Visitors to the Davis Events Agency website will see a cookie banner displayed. This is required for the types of cookies that are used by the organisation. The following list of types of cookies may serve multiple purposes.

4.1.1 Strictly Necessary Cookies

Strictly necessary cookies (Basic Operations consent setting) allow the user to navigate around the website and use essential features (such as secure areas). They are used:

  • To identify and authenticate the user.
  • To ensure the user connects to the correct website service.
  • For security and fraud prevention purposes

4.1.2 Performance Cookies

Performance cookies (Site Optimization consent setting) collect information about how users use the website, for example, which pages a user visits and if there are any errors during that visit. Performance cookies do not collect identifiable information about the user. Some Davis Events Agency performance cookies may be managed by third parties. Performance cookies are used to:

  • Provide statistics on website use and for web analytics purposes.
  • Provide feedback to affiliates and to carry out affiliate tracking.
  • Gather data on how many users of the website viewed particular services or products.
  • Improve the website by measuring errors.
  • Test designs of the website.

4.1.3 Functionality Cookies

Functionality cookies (Content Personalization consent setting) provide services to users or remember settings for users. Some Davis Events Agency functionality cookies may be managed by third parties. Functionality cookies are used to:

  • Remember layout, text size, or colour preferences for unique users.
  • Remember when users have already been asked to fill in a survey.
  • Remember when users have visited or engaged with specific website components.
  • Show embedded videos.

4.1.4 Targeting Cookies

Targeting cookies (Ad Personalization consent setting) are used to track user visits to the website, and other websites, apps and online services. Targeting cookies may be used to:

  • Display targeted ads within the website.
  • Improve the delivery of personalized content and ads and to measure ad campaign success through the website.

4.2 Consent

All cookies require user consent before being placed on a user device. Consent can be given by clicking on the appropriate button in the cookie banner displayed to the user. If a user does not wish to give consent, the user can refuse cookies from the banner displayed on the Davis Events Agency website. If the user would like to withdraw their consent to any cookies at any time, the user will need to delete and block or disable cookies via their browser settings. Disabling cookies affect website functionality and may prevent user access to particular features of the website.

4.3 How To Delete And Block Cookies

Using browser settings, users can control cookies. If a user blocks all cookies, including strictly necessary cookies, they may not be able to access all or sections of the Davis Events Agency website. If a user has not adjusted their browser settings to refuse cookies, the system will display a cookie preferences banner immediately upon visiting the Davis Events Agency website. Users can navigate to their internet browser’s options or preferences menu in order to adjust their cookie settings.

5. Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns about this Cookie Policy, please contact us at info@davisevents.ie.