Fibre Fusion UK Cookie policy

Fibre Fusion Cookie Policy

Fibre Fusion (the “Company”) is committed to protecting and respecting the privacy of our users. This Cookie Policy sets out how we use cookies on our website (the “Website”).

By using the Website you consent to our use of cookies in accordance with this Cookie Policy. We may modify this Cookie Policy at any time and such modifications shall be effective upon posting on the Website.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are sent by a website to a user’s device when they visit a website, including mobile devices and desktop computers, or open an e-mail from that website containing images or colour stylesheets (CSS). By collecting information about your preferences, cookies allow the Website to remember important information that will make your experience of using the Website easier and more personalised.

Types of Cookies Used by Fibre Fusion

The following types of cookies may be used on our Website:

  • Strictly Necessary Cookies: These are essential for you to move around websites and access secure areas without having to log in every time you visit a new page. Without these cookies, certain services necessary for navigating the Website cannot be provided.
  • Performance Cookies: These collect anonymous data about how visitors use the Website, for example which pages visitors go to most often and if users get error messages from web pages they visit. Performance cookies are used to improve how the Website works, such as making sure users can find what they need easily and helping us understand problems with our server performance.
  • Functionality Cookies: These are used to provide advanced website features such as localisation services – remembering where you live so that we can present you with information specific to your location – or third-party plugins like YouTube videos or Google Maps content added into pages on our site.
  • Social Media Cookies: These enable social media sharing links which help people connect their activity with friends across multiple social networks simultaneously when logged in through those sites (for example Facebook share buttons). Through this connection, social media companies collect data about what people do during their visits – like watch YouTube videos or comment on any web page – which could appear on their profiles if shared publicly via their profile settings preferences set up on those sites..

How Can I Control My Acceptance of Cookies?

You can control and/or delete cookie files at any time by using your browser settings; however, deleting all cookies may prevent certain features from functioning properly on the Company’s websites. Further guidance can be found at