Privacy and cookies
Hull Dance is an initiative instigated and managed by Hull City Council. As Hull City Council, we collect, process and hold your personal information in order to provide our services effectively. We recognise that your personal information is important and we take our responsibilities for ensuring that we collect and manage it appropriately very seriously.
In order to process you personal information we are registered as a ‘Data Controller’ under the Data Protection Act 1998. You can view our Data Protection Notification, detailing the purposes we process information for on the Information Commissioner’s website. Our registration number is Z6005621.
Visit the Information Commissioner’s website (link opens in a new window)
This Privacy Notice explains how we use and share your information, relevant to this particular website.
For a complete view of Hull City Council’s privacy and cookie information, please visit the Hull City Council website (link opens in a new window).
This website does not request or collect any personal data. Therefore we do not retain, process, or share any personal information acquired through this site.
We want to make our online services easy, useful and reliable and this sometimes involves placing small amounts of information on your access device; your computer, tablet or mobile phone. These small text files are known as cookies and cannot be used to identify you personally.
Our cookies help us –
- make our website work as you’d expect (including remembering your search settings)
- improve the speed/security of the site
- continuously improve our website for you (using website analytics)
- collect any sensitive information (without your express permission)
- pass data to advertising networks
- pass personal data to third parties
- pay sales commissions
First party cookies
- remembering your search settings
This website automatically logs some information about your visit, such as your browser type and the length of your visit, to enable us to understand how visitors interact with the site. This is so we can make informed decisions about site improvements. This process does not involve collecting or logging any personal data.
Third party cookies
Disabling these cookies may break the functions offered by these third parties.
Cookies used on our website or by third parties
|guest_id||Persistent||2 years||Set by Twitter when the user interacts with the Twitter feed on the homepage, and goes on to the Twitter site itself (when they select a particular tweet, for example).|
|pid||Persistent||18 months||Used by the Twitter widget on the homepage.|
|Randomly generated ID||Session||Used by the Twitter widget, and the YouTube embedded video. An example would be - BCSI-CS-22642b19a14af668|
|viewed_cookie_policy||Session||30mins||A non-secure session cookie, set when the user selects 'Accept' on the cookie notice bar. The cookie expires after 30 minutes.|
|_ga||Persistent||2 years||Set by Twitter when the user interacts with the Twitter feed on the homepage, and selects a tweet (which then takes them through to the Twitter site).|
|_gat||Persistent||1 year||Set by Twitter when the user interacts with the Twitter feed on the homepage, and selects a tweet that takes them through to the Twitter site.|
|_twitter_sess||Session||Session||A session cookie set by Twitter.|
Turning cookies off
You can usually switch cookies off by adjusting your browser settings to stop it from accepting cookies (link opens in a new window). Doing so however will likely limit the functionality of our website.