12d Synergy Cookie Notice
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To change your web browser preferences:
Open your Chrome browser > go to Customise and Control Google Chrome > Settings > Main Menu > Advanced > Privacy and Security > Content Settings > Cookies. Then you can choose your settings.
For more information about managing cookies in Chrome, see here.
Go to Settings > Safari > Preferences > Privacy. Then you can choose your settings.
Internet Explorer and Edge
Open the browser > select Tools > Internet Options > Privacy > Advanced. Then you can choose your settings.
For more information visit Microsoft Support.
Open Firefox > select Tools > Options > Privacy >Cookies. You can then choose your settings.
For more information visit Mozilla support.
There are several online resources available to help you opt out of online behavioural advertising from third party advertising agencies. A good example is here.
Another helpful website to refer to for the management of cookies is All About Cookies.
Last Updated: April 2022