Cookies are small data files that Marks & Spencer sends to its users’ hard drives in order to record information about websites visited by users on the Internet, in particular their preferences. We may place cookies or similar technology (eg Facebook Pixel) on those users who came to the website by clicking on an advertising banner or hyperlink on other websites, so that we can monitor the success of a particular advertising campaign or marketing program and better optimize and target advertising. .
- Ease of navigation on the page
- Providing your feedback
- Analysis of the use of our products, services and applications
- Optimizing our promotional and marketing activities (including behavioral advertising)
Below is a list of specific cookies (and similar technologies) that we use on our site, and can be divided into the following groups:
- Indispensable cookies
- Performance cookies
- Functional cookies
- Cookies for advertising targeting purposes
These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the site and cannot be turned off in our system. Disabling these cookies may result in a malfunction of some parts of the website.
We use these cookies to speed up the loading of pages.
These cookies allow us to count visits and sources of visits so that we can measure and improve the performance of our site. They also help us identify which pages are the most popular and how users navigate the page. All this information is aggregated and therefore anonymous. If you disable these cookies, we will not know when you visited our site and how you use it.
Google Analytics collects information that allows us to understand the interactions with our site and to work to improve our service and customer experience with that site.
These cookies improve the functionality and personalization of the site and may be set by us or third parties whose services we use. If you disable these cookies, some features may not work properly.
This cookie is usually associated with a widget for sharing on social networks. Its location allows you to share content on different social networks. Counts clicks and page sharing.
Cookies for advertising targeting purposes
These cookies are set on our website by our partners providing advertising services. These partners can be used to profile your interests and show you relevant ads on other sites. They work by identifying your browser and device. If you disable these cookies, you will not see our targeted advertising across different websites.
Cookie DATR identifies the browser that connects to Facebook, without having to directly identify a specific Facebook users.
The fr cookie contains a unique browser combination and a unique combination ID for targeted advertising.
The lu cookie is used to control the login process, remembering the returning user if he chooses to stay logged in.
These cookies are contained on the page where the Google maps are located. Their main purpose is to measure the number and behavior of Google Maps users. In addition, these are cookies that store user preferences in order to personalize ads in Google searches. Cookies SIDs and HSIDs verify Google accounts and last login.
Doubleclick cookies are used to improve your ads, usually based on the user’s interests. They also provide information about the performance of your campaigns and ensure that your ad is not displayed repeatedly. These cookies do not contain any personally identifiable information.
Randomly generated unique identifier – used to profile interests for advertising purposes.
These cookies are key to the adaptability of Internet services and are the basis for behavioral online advertising.
Users can reject cookies using the procedure described here:
To disable cookies, you must change your website browser settings and reject cookies. The procedure for rejecting cookies differs depending on the browser used. Further details on how to disable cookies for the most popular browsers are provided below (may not necessarily correspond to the latest version of the browser):
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
- Select “Tools” and then “Internet Options”
- Click on the “Privacy” tab
- Select the appropriate setting
For Google Chrome:
- Select Settings> Advanced settings
- In the “Privacy and Security” section, click “Content settings”
- Click on “Cookies”
- Choose Preferences> Privacy
- Click on “Remove all website data”
For Mozilla Firefox:
- Select the “Tools” menu and then “Options”
- Click on the “Privacy” icon
- Find the “Cookie” option and select the appropriate options
For Opera 6.0 and more:
- Choose “Files”> “Preferences” menu
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