Cookie Policy

"Inspire" means INSPIRE TECHNOLOGIES LTD (a company incorporated in England and Wales, with company number 14778005 and with a registered office at 35 Loreburn House, Holloway Road, London, N79SP). Inspire is also referred to in this Cookie Policy as "we", "us", "our", and "ours". This Cookie Policy applies to all of Inspire websites, browser extensions and mobile applications (the “Sites”) and any other platforms Inspire owns or controls and makes available (the “Inspire Platforms”). We refer to the Sites and the Inspire Platforms as the “Services”. This Cookie Policy also applies to any other linked pages or blogs, features, content (including any information, text, graphics, photos, lists of items compiled by you, comments, reviews, links, or other materials uploaded, downloaded or appearing on, or linked to the Services), or applications offered from time to time by Inspire in connection therewith (collectively the "Content"). Any changes to this policy will be posted here. We reserve the right to vary this Cookie Policy from time to time and such changes shall become effective as soon as they are posted.

1. What are “Cookies”?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your device when you visit certain websites. We use cookies to understand how you interact with our Services and distinguish you from other users of our Services. Among other benefits, this allows us to make improvements to the information and design of the Services and to provide you with better customer experience. The term “cookie” in this policy covers cookies and a range of other similar technologies. It is easy to change your cookie settings. Please see the ‘How do you opt-out of personalised advertising and control other cookie settings?’ section below for further information on how to do this. However please be aware that if you delete, disable or opt-out of cookies, your online experience with the Services may be affected and some features or areas of the Services may be limited.

2. What type of cookies do we use and why?

We use the following categories of cookies on the Inspire Sites: Required cookies. These cookies are necessary to allow us to operate the Services that you have requested. For example, we use required cookies for site security and site integrity, account authentication, privacy preferences, maintenance data, to make the site work correctly for browsing and transactions. Analytical/performance cookies. These cookies allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to see how visitors move around our Services when they are using them and to track user conversions on the Sites. This helps us to improve the way our Services work, for example, by ensuring that users are finding what they are looking for easily. These cookies collect anonymous information only and do not show personal details.
What about third-party cookies?
Third parties (for example, advertising networks and providers of external services like web traffic analysis services) may also store cookies on your device. These cookies are used by third parties to provide services to us, such as analytics/performance monitoring, or personalised advertising which may also include third parties using their cookies to show you adverts based on your past visits to the Sites. This means you may be shown different products based on what you appear to be interested in and what you have viewed on the Sites as well as other products deemed relevant to your browsing activity. In this way, advertising can be made as relevant and as useful to you as possible.
Note that we do not control cookies owned by third parties and it is your responsibility to configure your preferences for third-party cookies based on your individual targeting and tracking preferences. Below we have listed the third parties that place cookies on the Inspire Platforms, along with the purpose for which the cookies are used. For further information on these third-party cookies and how to opt-out, please see the third-party links provided. Required Cookies

3. Other technologies

In addition to cookies, other types of similar technologies on the Sites include: Web pixels. Pixels are tiny images embedded on the Sites. They are unique codes that track behaviours and web traffic. Site tags. These tags allow us to understand your browsing activity and identify whether you arrived on the Sites from an organic search visit or via marketing channels. Third party libraries and APIs. This is software or content owned by third parties that are used on the Sites UTM codes. These are identifiers that help Inspire track website traffic and its origin.

4. How do you opt-out of personalised advertising and control other cookie settings?

Cookie settings on the Sites. You can adjust your first and third party cookie preferences on the Site via the ‘Cookie Settings’ link available at the bottom of most of our Site pages.
Browser settings:
Block cookies. You can adjust your cookie preferences by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. The "Help" feature on most browsers will tell you how to stop your browser from accepting new cookies. It should also tell you how to set up the browser to notify you when you receive a new cookie and how to disable cookies entirely. You can also disable or delete similar data used by browser add-ons, such as flash cookies, by changing the add-ons settings or visiting the website of the browser manufacturer. Visit for more information about how to manage cookies on your particular browser.
Delete cookies. Your browser will also allow you to delete cookies that are currently set on your device. Please note that if you delete all of your cookies, all of your existing cookie preferences will also be lost. This means that you will see the cookie banner again each time you visit our Site until you set your cookie preferences.
Device settings. You may also be able to adjust your cookie preferences in the settings of your device. However, the settings you choose will not apply across all your devices. This means that if you want to opt out of cookies on all devices, you must adjust your settings individually on each device and browser on which you use the Services.
Advertising Networks. You can opt-out of some third party advertising cookies by visiting: The Digital Advertising Alliance’s consumer choice page (, the Network Advertising Initiative’s consumer choice page ( or the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance consumer choice page (
Third parties. You can also adjust your third party cookie preferences directly with the relevant third party. Please see the ‘What about third party cookies?’ section above for further details. This Agreement has been drawn up in the English language. In case of discrepancies between the English text version of this Agreement and any translation, the English version shall prevail.