Cookie Policy

Cookies, and other similar technologies such as pixels and tags, collectively referred to as “Cookies”, are small text files, often including a unique anonymous identifier, placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, improve efficiency and user experience, to customise content and advertising, to provide social media features, to analyse traffic to the site, and provide information to the owners.

We ask for your consent to use cookies when you first visit our website. If you choose not to accept cookies, please be aware some of our services may not function or function correctly.

As we use to cookies to remember your cookie preferences, if you delete your cookies or clear your cache, you will be asked to provide your preferences again on your next visit to our site. If you wish to withdraw your consent to our use of cookies on this website, you may delete the cookies in your browser’s memory or clear your cache.
Concilium Search uses the following cookies to help improve our website content, services, and monitor our marketing and advertising strategies. Information collected from cookies is processed under our legitimate interest. We also share information about your use of our site with our trusted social media, advertising and analytics partners.

Types of Cookies

Third vs First Party
First Party cookies are set by the website you’re visiting and can only be read by that site. Third Party cookies are set by another site/owner, such as where our website contains contents from our Twitter page. Control of these cookies is managed through the third-party. These may be turned off through your browser.

Session vs Persistent
Cookies may be either Session or Persistent cookies. Session cookies remain active only during a browser session, while Persistent cookies are stored on your device until their expiration date. Persistent cookies are used in such cases as remembering your preferences.

Strictly necessary
As suggested by their name, these cookies allow websites to function properly.

These cookies help personalise websites by remembering your settings and preferences. Our cookie consent banner uses a cookie like this so that you don’t have to answer the same question every time you view our site.

Such cookies help update your advertising preferences, to tailor marketing technologies to your desires.

Some cookies allow us to analyse statistics on your usage of the website, and how you came to find us. This information is used to compile reports and help us improve our website and marketing.

Concilium Search uses all of the above kinds of cookies to help make our site better.

More Information
Universal Analytics (Google)
These cookies are placed by Google and collect information about how visitors use our website in order to improve it. They collect anonymous information such as visitor numbers, session lengths and times, where visitors came across our website and the pages they visited for first party tracking.

Persistent and Session.
The longest will track how many times you visit the site up to a period of two years. The shortest will expire once you leave our website.

Facebook Pixel
This cookie is placed by Facebook and enables Concilium Search to improve, build and analyse our marketing campaigns. It tracks user movement across devices to provide us with demographic and marketing analytics.
This cookie remains after you leave our site.
Civic Cookie Control
This cookie is placed by Concilium Search, it allows our website to remember your cookie preferences.

If you do not wish us to place this cookie, please be aware that you will be asked for your cookie preferences each time you visit our website.

Blocking the Use of Cookies

Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit or

Information on managing cookies on popular browsers can be found below. If you use an alternative browser, please visit the browser developer’s website to find out more information.

Google Chrome
Microsoft Edge
Mozilla Firefox
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Apple Safari

You may opt out of Google Analytics across all websites by using: