About Our Cookies
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored on the device you use to access this website. Cookies contain information that may be used for purposes including analytics and tracking your movement between pages. They do not identify you.
Functional and Analytical cookies
Cookies are also used to gather information about visitors to this website. Examples of the information we collect include how many visitors we have each day, and which pages they visit. We also track the traffic we send to our advertisers’ websites for auditing and marketing purposes.
The cookies used for this type of tracking are administered by our web analytics providers and we have no access to them. We do not link this data to individual identities. The main web analytics service we use is Google Analytics.
To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics visit: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Social media cookies
Cookies are also used in connection with social media buttons on the website (e.g. Facebook) and the AddToAny plugin.
AddToAny is a tool which allows users to share content through their social media accounts.
We use a website security service to help protect the site and our users from suspicious activity and malicious users who might try to hack into our servers.
Advertising & Marketing
This website is free to use, but when you make a purchase or booking after clicking on a link from this website, we may be paid a small commission by the company with which you make the purchase or booking.
These cookies are not under our control.
How to Delete or Block Our Cookies
You can choose whether to accept or decline cookies by changing your web browser settings. You can also use your web browser’s “clear browsing data” function (or similar) to delete existing cookies.
For more information on how to do this, we suggest you take a look at the following guides:
Please note these are external websites and rolandhead.com isn’t responsible for the content of these sites.
Some of the third parties we work with use web beacons to help track user traffic. These are one-pixel images that are invisible to the naked eye but allow advertisers to monitor how many times a page, link or email is viewed and clicked.
This information is used to help determine which areas of the website users interact with most heavily and to contribute (in aggregate) to analytics reports about website traffic.
But if you’d like to know more, or want to opt out of behavioural advertising on all sites, visit http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/ or Network Advertising Initiative website.
How to Find Out More
If you have any questions about our cookies, our business or anything related to this website, please feel free to contact us at any time.