Last Updated: 1 June 2021
2. What is a cookie?
Cookies are small amounts of data stored by the websites you visit on your device.
Each time you visit a website (including by reloading or refreshing a webpage), the website can read the cookies it has stored on your device.
We use these cookies in several ways, as follows:
(a) where you have logged in to an account on our website – to authenticate and maintain your user session while you are logged in;
(c) to facilitate transactions using our website, such as remembering your shopping cart items, checkout settings and other options or preferences;
(d) to monitor the performance and use of our website, which we use for product or website development and improvement purposes;
(e) for marketing purposes, including to show you product suggestions, features or advertisements that better align with your interests and are more relevant to you.
Generally, our cookies contain anonymised data. They do not store sensitive or personal information, such as your name, address or payment details.
4. Third-Party cookies
We work with third parties, such as Shopify, who provide us with our online shopping plaform, marketing and analytics services.
Shopify and its affiliates, service providers or partners may store cookies on your device, which are used for marketing purposes and to tailor advertisements to your interests. For example, after visiting our website, you may see advertisements for our products in advertising displayed on other websites. You may also see advertisements for related products.
These third-party cookies generally do not track or store your personal information, but they may use a unique identifier specific to your device or browser.
5. How to manage cookies
5.1. How to delete cookies
Some cookies (known as session cookies) are automatically cleared when you close your browser session.
Other cookies (known as persistent cookies) may be stored on your device for longer periods of time. These are generally removed by your browser automatically once they expire.
You may also manually clear cookies at any time in your browser settings. Please note that if you clear cookies, any settings or preferences stored in such cookies will not be retained in your browser.
5.2. How to disable cookies
(a) disable or block cookies altogether;
(b) disable or block cookies from a particular website;
(c) disable or block third-party cookies;
(d) request that websites do not track your browsing;
(e) view or remove individual cookies, or all cookies for a particular website, from your device;
(f) clear all cookies every time you close your browser;
(g) browse websites in a "private" mode.
5.3. What may happen if I disable or block cookies?
Please note that disabling or blocking cookies may break or restrict the functionality of our website and reduce the quality of your user experience. Some features of our website may not be available, or may not function as expected.
5.4. Further information
To find out more about how to manage cookies, check the "Help", "Support" or "Settings" sections in your browser, browser extension, operating system or device.
If you are part of an organisation, check with your IT support team or system administrator.
Unless the context otherwise requires, the following words and phrases used in this Policy will have the meanings set out below:
Terms of Service
The Terms of Service published on our website.
we / us / our
The County of Bourke Pty Ltd trading as ATKM (ABN 20 138 673 060).
6.2. InterpretationThis policy forms part of, and is to be interpreted in the same way as, our Terms of Service.