Cookies Policy

Consent for the use of cookies

In this document we explain how cookies are used in connection with our services and the type of cookies used. At the bottom of the document you can review your cookie settings.

How we use cookies

We want our services to be easy, useful and reliable. For services delivered on the internet, this sometimes involves placing small amounts of information on your device, for example, computer or mobile phone. These small files are known as cookies. They cannot be used to identify you personally.

These pieces of information are used to improve services by, for example:

  • enabling a service to recognise your device so you don’t have to give the same information several times during one task
  • recognising that you may already have given a username and password so you don’t need to do it for every web page requested
  • measuring how many people are using services, so they can be made easier to use and there’s enough capacity to ensure they are fast.

You can manage cookies yourself and learn more about them using the links below.

We use cookies to customise an optimal and personal experience for you on our website. Persistent cookies give us the ability to understand who you are so you do not need to log in every time when you enter our website. These cookies will help us to improve the quality of our service by storing your preferences and tracking trends on our website.

You can also set your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. If you do choose not to accept cookies, this may significantly undermine your use and your experience of the website. FAB Rugby cannot be held liable for any negative impact on your experience of our website resulting from the decision to block our website cookies.

The cookies we use on the website are described below:

Session cookies

Some of our services use session cookies to remember that you have made a selection or chosen preferences. They also help keep track of your progress so you don’t have to give the same information twice. Session cookies do not contain any personal information about you and they are deleted when you leave the site. Some services will not work if your browser does not have cookies enabled.

  • FAB Rugby session cookies for keeping you logged-in to the FAB Rugby website under your account.
  • Other 1st party cookies for save user interface (UI) preferences with cookies and/or browser storage.
  • Facebook Connect so FAB Rugby users can log in with Facebook

Website statistics and analytics

We and our service providers use cookies to collect information about the use of our site – for example, the number of visits to each page. This helps us improve the site.

  • FAB Rugby cookie tracks anonymous usage for stats
  • Google Analytics cookie to track anonymous aggregate usage which allows us to improve the fab_rugby site
  • Quantserve cookie for analytics which helps us understand our online audience
  • Comscore cookie to track anonymous aggregate usage

Content and social cookies

When FAB Rugby or a user creates a post with a rich-media embed, this creates an iframe in the user’s browser which may set any cookies it likes. Our commonly-used iframe embed providers are as follows:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • Google+ (YouTube subscribe button)
  • Imgur
  • LiveLeak
  • Vimeo
  • Vid.me
  • SoundCloud
  • Clyp
  • Qzzr
  • Embedly

Advertising cookies

Ad Server:

  • DoubleClick (Google DFP) – Our ad-server
  • Google Adsense – Required by DFP

Ad Networks and Beacons:

Some advertising on FAB Rugby is loaded from 3rd parties. All advertisement units are sandboxed inside iframes for privacy and security, however the advertising services may place cookies on their domains inside a user’s browser for analytics and targeting purposes. Such cookies include:

  • Sharethrough – click here to read Sharethrough’s privacy policy
  • TripleLift
  • BlueKai
  • AdYouLike
  • Teads
  • StackAdapt
  • Unruly
  • Connatix

More information about targeted advertising:

Turning Off Cookies

You can make your browser stop accepting some or all cookies. But it’s worth noting that with cookies disabled, many of the things you do online — for instance, remaining logged into the fab_rugby platform — would no longer be possible.

All modern browsers let you control your cookie settings. Here’s a list:

To specifically turn off third party advertising cookies, you can visit these sites:

Useful Links And Further Reading

To find out more about cookies, how they work and what they do, visit the sites below:

For more information about privacy and internet advertising, visit this site set up by the IAB:

More information about privacy issues:

Change Your Cookie Settings

What kind of cookies would you like to accept?

  • Required cookies (these cookies are required to enable core site functionality)
  • Functional cookies (these cookies allow us to analyse site usage so we can measure and improve performance)
  • Advertising cookies (these cookies are used by advertising companies to serve ads that are relevant to your interests)

You can opt out of certain cookies using this form:

Marketing cookies

These cookies are used by advertisers to serve more relevant ads based on your browsing history.

Measurement cookies

These cookies allow us to analyse site usage so we can monitor and improve the experience.

Required cookies

These enable us to save preferences (like these ones), and allows registered users to stay signed in.

Cookies Policy

Consent for the use of cookies

In this document we explain how cookies are used in connection with our services and the type of cookies used. At the bottom of the document you can review your cookie settings.

How we use cookies

We want our services to be easy, useful and reliable. For services delivered on the internet, this sometimes involves placing small amounts of information on your device, for example, computer or mobile phone. These small files are known as cookies. They cannot be used to identify you personally.

These pieces of information are used to improve services by, for example:

  • enabling a service to recognise your device so you don’t have to give the same information several times during one task
  • recognising that you may already have given a username and password so you don’t need to do it for every web page requested
  • measuring how many people are using services, so they can be made easier to use and there’s enough capacity to ensure they are fast.

You can manage cookies yourself and learn more about them using the links below.

We use cookies to customise an optimal and personal experience for you on our website. Persistent cookies give us the ability to understand who you are so you do not need to log in every time when you enter our website. These cookies will help us to improve the quality of our service by storing your preferences and tracking trends on our website.

You can also set your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. If you do choose not to accept cookies, this may significantly undermine your use and your experience of the website. fab_rugby cannot be held liable for any negative impact on your experience of our website resulting from the decision to block our website cookies.

The cookies we use on the website are described below:

Session cookies

Some of our services use session cookies to remember that you have made a selection or chosen preferences. They also help keep track of your progress so you don’t have to give the same information twice. Session cookies do not contain any personal information about you and they are deleted when you leave the site. Some services will not work if your browser does not have cookies enabled.

  • FAB Rugby session cookies for keeping you logged-in to the FAB Rugby website under your account.
  • Other 1st party cookies for save user interface (UI) preferences with cookies and/or browser storage.
  • Facebook Connect so FAB Rugby users can log in with Facebook

Website statistics and analytics

We and our service providers use cookies to collect information about the use of our site – for example, the number of visits to each page. This helps us improve the site.

  • FAB Rugby cookie tracks anonymous usage for stats
  • Google Analytics cookie to track anonymous aggregate usage which allows us to improve the fab_rugby site
  • Quantserve cookie for analytics which helps us understand our online audience
  • Comscore cookie to track anonymous aggregate usage

Content and social cookies

When FAB Rugby or a user creates a post with a rich-media embed, this creates an iframe in the user’s browser which may set any cookies it likes. Our commonly-used iframe embed providers are as follows:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • Google+ (YouTube subscribe button)
  • Imgur
  • LiveLeak
  • Vimeo
  • Vid.me
  • SoundCloud
  • Clyp
  • Qzzr
  • Embedly

Advertising cookies

Ad Server:

  • DoubleClick (Google DFP) – Our ad-server
  • Google Adsense – Required by DFP

Ad Networks and Beacons:

Some advertising on FAB Rugby is loaded from 3rd parties. All advertisement units are sandboxed inside iframes for privacy and security, however the advertising services may place cookies on their domains inside a user’s browser for analytics and targeting purposes. Such cookies include:

  • Sharethrough – click here to read Sharethrough’s privacy policy
  • TripleLift
  • BlueKai
  • AdYouLike
  • Teads
  • StackAdapt
  • Unruly
  • Connatix

More information about targeted advertising:

Turning Off Cookies

You can make your browser stop accepting some or all cookies. But it’s worth noting that with cookies disabled, many of the things you do online — for instance, remaining logged into the fab_rugby platform — would no longer be possible.

All modern browsers let you control your cookie settings. Here’s a list:

To specifically turn off third party advertising cookies, you can visit these sites:

Useful Links And Further Reading

To find out more about cookies, how they work and what they do, visit the sites below:

For more information about privacy and internet advertising, visit this site set up by the IAB:

More information about privacy issues:

Change Your Cookie Settings

What kind of cookies would you like to accept?

  • Required cookies (these cookies are required to enable core site functionality)
  • Functional cookies (these cookies allow us to analyse site usage so we can measure and improve performance)
  • Advertising cookies (these cookies are used by advertising companies to serve ads that are relevant to your interests)

You can opt out of certain cookies using this form:

Marketing cookies

These cookies are used by advertisers to serve more relevant ads based on your browsing history.

Measurement cookies

These cookies allow us to analyse site usage so we can monitor and improve the experience.

Required cookies

These enable us to save preferences (like these ones), and allows registered users to stay signed in.