By using the mclagan.aon.com website, you agree that we can place cookies on your device as described in our Privacy Statement and this Cookie Notice.
What are Cookies?
A cookie is a piece of information contained in a very small text file that is stored in your Internet browser or elsewhere on your hard drive. Cookies allow a website to identify a user's device whenever that user returns to the website and are commonly used in order to make websites work more efficiently and enrich the user experience, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.
McLagan's Use of Web Beacons
McLagan may also use tracking technologies called web beacons to collect information about your visit to McLagan sites. These are small images embedded in web content and HTML-formatted email messages and are ordinarily not visible to users. Like cookies, this technology enables us to track pages and content accessed and viewed by users on McLagan sites. Also, when we send HTML-formatted (as opposed to plain text) emails to our users, this technology may be embedded in such emails. Using web beacons allows us to determine whether emails have been opened or links were accessed, and identify aggregate trends, individual usage, and generate statistics about how our site is used. This enables us to provide our users with more relevant content or additional information about our services.
Web beacons are often used in combination with cookies; however unlike cookies, web beacons cannot be declined when delivered via a regular web page. However, they can be refused when delivered via email. If you do not wish to receive this technology via email, configure your email software to disable HTML images or refuse HTML emails (selecting the option for text only viewing). Setting your browser to decline cookies or to prompt you for an opt-in response before cookies are set will also reduce web beacons' functionality.
Primary McLagan Cookies
The table below is a list of the primary cookies set by McLagan websites. We also are providing both the purpose and the name of each cookie. Please note that we may from time-to-time modify or update our cookies. When that happens, we will update this list accordingly.
|Category of Cookies
|Google Analytics Cookies
These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.
Google stores the information collected by the cookies on servers in the United States. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google's behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. By using the McLagan website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.
Click here for an overview of privacy at Google.
|Oracle Eloqua Cookies
These cookies are used to collect information about visitors and how they use our site. The cookies collect either or both non-personal and personal information depending on the web pages and/or programs that you enter. For example, visitors who register for an event or fill out a form to request more information are requested to provide us with names, company names, phone numbers and email addresses, etc. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site and tailor our services to our meet our prospects' and clients' needs.
Eloqua stores the information collected by the cookies on servers in the United States. By using the McLagan website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Marketo in the manner and for the purposes set out above.
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||These cookies are used to maintain your transaction. Generally your session cookies expire when your browser is closed. The use of the session cookies reduces the need for McLagan to transfer your information over the Internet.
||Web beacons are clear picture files (clear .gif files) that allow McLagan to track user interactions. McLagan may use web beacons in email messages or newsletters in order to determine whether messages have been opened or links were accessed. They also allow McLagan to track customer actions on
||These cookies are used to recognize repeat visitors to the site and allow the website to remember the choices you make (such as user name, language or the region you are in). They are often used to record specific browsing information (including the way you arrive on the site, the pages you view, options you select, information you enter and the path you take through the site) against an individual customer profile.
How to Control Cookies?
You can control acceptance of cookies by modifying your Internet browser preferences. You have the ability to accept all cookies, to be notified when a cookie is set or to reject all cookies. Please note that, if you choose to block all cookies (including essential cookies), you may not be able to access all or part of our site and may be unable to use those services or engage in activities that require the placement of cookies.
How to Disable Cookies?
The section below provides instructions for disabling cookies on the most common Internet browsers used to access McLagan websites. This list is not exhaustive, and subject to changes outside of the control of McLagan (e.g., the release of a new Internet browser version). We update these instructions periodically as new information becomes available from Internet browser providers.
- If you are using Internet Explorer 8.0+:
- Go to "Tools" in the menu bar and then click on "Internet Options"
- Click on "Privacy" Tab on top
- Move the slider up to the "Block all the Cookies" setting
- If you are using Firefox 4.0+:
- Go to "Tools" in the menu bar
- Click on "Options"
- Click on "Privacy Tab"
- Disable the box that says "Tell websites I do not want to be tracked"
- If you are using Google Chrome:
- Go to "Tools Menu"
- Click on "Settings"
- Click on "Advanced Settings"
- Click on "Privacy/Content Settings"
- "Cookies" should be selected. Once done select "Block third party cookies and site data"
- If you are using Safari 5.0:
- Choose Safari > Preferences and click "Security."
- In the "Accept Cookies" section, specify if and when Safari should accept cookies from websites. To see an explanation of the options, click the Help button (looks like a question mark). If you have set Safari to block cookies, you may need to temporarily accept cookies to open a page. Repeat the above steps, selecting Always. When you're done with the page, turn off cookies again and remove the page's cookies.
How Can I Learn More?
For more detailed information on how to control cookies you may wish to visit www.allaboutcookies.org.