- Pobble puts small files (known as cookies) on your device.
These are used to distinguish you from other users of our
website. This helps us to provide you with a good experience and
helps us to improve our website and services.
- A cookie is a small file that we store on your browser or the
hard drive of your computer if you agree. Cookies can be
session-based (meaning they will be discarded after you sign out,
or close your browser), or persistent (meaning they will be kept
on your device for the duration specified when they were created,
or when you delete them manually). You can learn more about
The cookies we use are:
- Our own session cookies. These are required to be able to
deliver the service of our website. For example, these are
used to authenticate you for access to restricted parts of
the website,or for a shopping cart.
- Our own persistent cookies. These are used to offer a
better service to you. For example, we might save specific
preferences so that we can personalise your experience. We
also use these cookies to support multi-variate testing,
when we are testing slightly different versions of our
website to see which one is easier to use.
- Third-party persistent cookies. These are used for keeping
track of your visit to our website. For example, we might
record what pages you visited and what links you clicked.
This way we can learn more about the way people use our
website and continue to improve it. We also use these
cookies to be able to advertise to potential users on other
If you want to restrict cookies on your device
- You can learn more about third party advertising cookies and
how to disable them here.
You block cookies by configuring your browser to refuse the
setting of all or some cookies. You can find the steps here,
depending on what browser you use:
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Internet Explorer. However, if you use your browser settings to
block all or some cookies (including essential cookies) you may
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- The Digital
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the companies participating in their Self-Regulatory Program for
Online Behavioral Advertising.