Cookies

Cookies


About Cookies

What are Cookies?

Cookies are bits of data stored by your device when visiting (using) a website browser. Websites then use this data each time the website is visited. This allows the visited website to recognize the device’s preferences which can provided an improved online user experience for NLSA’s customers.

Cookie Policy

NLSA's Policy

To be able to order and access courses, or to purchase products from the NLSA, you will need to have cookies enabled. If you do not enable cookies, you will still be able to browse our site but will not be able to add anything to your cart, place an order, access it’s LiveScanHub portal to update your NLSA profile.

The NLSA does not store any credit card details in cookies or any information to identify you personally. The NLSA will use information gathered from some cookies to help improve your experience.

This information is being provided to ensure that the NLSA is being transparent about its use of cookies and to ensure clarity on such information is collected.

Performance

Please be aware that certain aspects of NLSA’s websites may not perform properly and to your satisfaction if such cookie settings are changed.

The NLSA will use cookies to help customers who want us to remember them, to stay logged into our sites, thus a password is not always required to remember. We will also use cookies to ensure you can effectively navigate our websites, remember items you selected to be placed in your shopping cart, or even share pages via social media.

These cookies are not linked to personally identifiable information.

Third Party Cookies

The NLSA will sometimes advertise products and services on other third-party websites. Including providing our websites visitors and members to opportunity to share information about products of interest via different platforms such as Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook. These companies will create the functionality themselves and provide to NLSA to display on its sites. By using these functions there may be cookies being created or updated on your device that are not controlled by the NLSA but by these third-parties.

Because NLSA do not control the settings of these cookies, please check third party websites for more information.

Managing Cookies

All recent versions of popular browsers easily provide the user a level of control over cookies. You have the flexibility to set your browser to accept or reject all, or certain, cookies. You can find more information about cookies by visiting www.AoutCookies.org. Please note that www.AoutCookies.org is not an NLSA website and the NLSA is not liable for content on third party websites.

Your web browser may allow changes to the cookie preferences, including to delete and disable NLSA cookies. Please consult the help section of the web browser or follow the links below for additional information. As a reminder, by choosing to disable the cookies, some features of our website or services may not operate as intended.

You can read our complete Privacy Policy here.

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