The CAM Digital website is managed by the University’s Office of External Affairs and Communications, and from time to time will set cookies on your computer (either because they are necessary to make the site work and keep it secure, or if you give your consent).
Cookies are small text files that sit on your computer and record specific interactions between you and this website, and in some cases, other websites. This information is shared within the University of Cambridge, and in limited cases, third parties. Below is more detail about the cookies we use, what they record and with whom the information is shared.
List of Cookies
Necessary cookies are required to ensure that the Alumni Magazine website works properly, and thus they always need to be enabled.
|_cookie_preferences||CAM Digital||Lets us know what your cookies preferences are||1 year|
|_cookie_preferences_set||CAM Digital||Lets us know that you’ve set your preferences||1 year|
|_seen_cookie_message||CAM Digital||Lets us know that you’ve seen our cookie message||1 year|
Site usage measurement
As a university, our focus is on learning. Site usage measurement cookies allow us to analyse anonymised navigation patterns, to learn how people use our website and to make it better. Our site will not load Google Analytics’ cookies if you have the ‘Do not track’ setting enabled in your browser.
|_ga*||Google Analytics||This helps us count how many people visit our site by tracking if you’ve visited before.||2 years|
|_gat*||Google Analytics||Used to manage the rate at which page view requests are made.||1 minute|
|_gid||Google Analytics||This helps us count how many people visit our site by tracking if you’ve visited before||24 hours|
Social marketing preferences
Social marketing preference cookies on our site connect to third-party providers such as Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. These cookies will be set when you take an action, such as watching an embedded YouTube video on our site, or browsing an embedded Twitter feed.
Data will be passed back to the third-party provider, allowing that organisation to record how you use their service on our site and show you relevant content, including advertising, when you pass onto their site.
Unless you opt-in to receive this type of cookie, we will not set these cookies on your device and you may not be able to use the functionality described.
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How to disable cookies
Your web browser will have an option you may select that will block cookies. Below are links to information about popular web browsers and how to block cookies using them.
Other web browsers – see the Information Commissioner’s Office’s website