Cookie Policy

Does Corefulness use cookies?

Yes. The Posture Revolution Limited (Company Number: 11695079), trading as Corefulness (“we/us/our”), uses cookies and similar technologies to help us to provide you with the best possible experience when you visit corefulness.com (“our website”).

Please read this Cookie Policy carefully and ensure that you understand it. If you have any questions or comments about this policy, please don’t hesitate to contact our Data Protection Officer:

  • Email: dpo@corefulness.com; or
  • Write to us at our registered office:
    The Data Protection Officer
    The Posture Revolution Limited
    Manor Farm Estate
    Turnpike
    Chilmark
    Salisbury
    Wiltshire
    SP3 5AF

You should also read the following:

By continuing to use corefulness.com you acknowledge that you accept the terms of our Cookie Policy, Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to our Cookie Policy, Privacy Policy, or Terms and Conditions, you should stop using corefulness.com immediately.

We may alter our policies and terms and conditions at any time. You are therefore advised to check these pages each time you visit corefulness.com. In the event of any conflict between the current version of our policies or terms and conditions and any previous version(s), the provisions current and in effect shall prevail unless it is expressly stated otherwise.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file placed on your computer or device when you visit a website or application.

“First-party cookies” are those placed by the website you are visiting and only used by the owner of that website.

“Third-party cookies” are those placed by someone other than the owner of the website you are visiting. For example, if you share a web page, the service you share it on (for example, Facebook) may set a cookie on your browser, or Google Analytics will set a cookie to help the website owner analyse how you use the website.

“Session cookies” are those that are temporary and only remain on your computer or device from the point at which you visit a website until you close your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer or Safari).

“Persistent cookies” are those that remain on your computer or device after your browser has been closed and last for the time specified in the cookie. Persistent cookies are used the next time you visit the website to remember your preferences and settings, so that you do not have to enter them every time you visit; for example they can be used to remember your login details.

There are different types of cookies:

Strictly necessary cookies These cookies are essential to the operation of the website, without them the services that you have requested cannot be provided. For example, these cookies support functions such as logging in and managing your purchases and payment transactions.
Analytics or Performance cookies These cookies provide insight into how you use a website and what features are most important to you. For example, they help the website owner to know how you navigate around the website and how easily you find the information you need. They can help ensure that the website is working properly and help with the introduction of new ideas, for example to see how users react to new pages or features.
Functionality cookies These cookies enable the website owner to recognise when you return to the website and help to personalise your experience by remembering your preferences and settings. For example, these cookies might be used to remember where you were in a programme the last time you visited the site. Some functionality cookies may also be strictly necessary cookies, but not all necessarily fall into that category.
Targeting or Advertising cookies These cookies are used to deliver content that best suits you and your interests, for example targeted adverts. They work similar to Analytics or Performance cookies, for example by allowing the website owner to know when and how often you visit the website, which parts of it you have used (including which pages you have visited and which links you have visited). If these are third-party cookies, this type of cookie can track movements across different websites to build up a profile of general online behaviour.
Social Media These cookies allow users to share what they have been doing on a website via social media e.g. Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. This information may be linked to targeting or advertising activities.
Other tracking technologies These are additional technologies like web beacons, clear GIFs and page tags that websites can use to understand how people are using them and target advertising to users.

 They usually take the form of a small, transparent image that is embedded in a web page or email. They work with cookies and capture data like your IP address, when you viewed an email, what device you were using and where you were.

How does Corefulness use cookies?

We update this list from time to time, so there may be additional cookies not yet listed. Please check this page regularly.

The following first-party cookies may be placed on your computer or device:

 

Cookie Name Type Provider & Purpose When it expires
cookie_agreement Functionality Used by the website to decide whether or not to show the cookie banner on your visit to the site. 30 days
JSESSIONID Strictly necessary Used by the website for session tracking and to know whether you are logged in. The website needs this in order to work. Session

 

 

The following third-party cookies may be placed on your computer or device (please note we have no control over third-party cookies):

 

Cookie Name Type Provider & Purpose When it expires
_gid Analytics or Performance Google Analytics:
Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website
24 Hours
_gat Analytics or Performance Google Analytics:
Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate
1 Minute
_ga Analytics or Performance Google Analytics:
Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website
2 Years

How do you control cookies?

You can choose to enable or disable cookies in your internet browser. By default, most internet browsers accept cookies, but this can be changed, and generally you can choose whether you wish to disable all cookies or only third-party cookies. For further details, please consult the Help section in your internet browser or find your browser below to learn more about how to manage cookie settings:

Most other tracking technologies are rendered ineffective by switching off cookies in your browser. There are also browser add-ons and extensions that specifically block web beacons. To avoid web beacons in emails, you can turn off images in your email service. Check your email’s Help section to find out how.

If you want to learn more about cookies or how to control, disable, or delete them, please visit:
http://www.aboutcookies.org.