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Google Analytics uses its own cookies to track visitor interactions. These are used to store information, such as what time you visited, whether you have been on the site before, and which site referred you to ours. All cookies set by Google Analytics for our website, send data only to our servers and are not shared with any other sites.
Have a look at the Google Analytics privacy overview for more information.
HOW TO OPT-OUT OF GOOGLE ANALYTICS’ COOKIES
To provide you with more choice on how your data is collected, Google has developed a Browser Add-on which allows you to opt out of being tracked by their cookies. When installed, information about your visit will no longer be sent to them.
You can manage what Google ads you see by using Ad Settings or by using the EU-based consumer choice tool Your Online Choices.
You can also manage cookies in your web browser (see further below).
The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) uses Facebook Pixels to customise content and advertising, to provide social media features and to analyse traffic to the site. We also share information about your use of our site with our trusted social media, advertising and analytics partner including Facebook and Instagram. Find out more about Facebook’s Data Policy.
You can manage what ads you see by using Facebook settings and Instagram settings or by using the EU-based consumer choice tool Your Online Choices.
You can also manage cookies in your web browser (see below).
How to manage cookies in your web browser
You can manage cookies by altering the settings in your browser: