Cookie policy

Wellington and our third-party partners, such as analytics and content delivery partners, use various technologies to collect information, such as cookies, web beacons, and IP Addresses. This notice explains how we use cookies and other tracking technologies and how you can manage your preference regarding their use.


Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or device by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. We use cookies for various purposes, which can be captured under the following categories: Necessary, Analytics, and Functional.


Most of our cookies are necessary for operation of or services that you request as an authorised user of, such as to securely identify you and remember text you may have entered when you navigate back to a page in the same session. These cookies are necessary for the security and services of, and as such, they cannot be disabled without impairing the functionality of


As is true of most websites, we and our third-party service providers use cookies that collect information about the performance of, including how you interact with the website and whether you encountered any errors. These cookies do not gather any personal information and are only used to improve how the website works.


We also use cookies to provide optional features and functionality that you may access on For example, a customise can help us identify personalise you have downloaded software in the past that allows you to access documents so that you won’t have to download it again. We use cookies to customise and personalise based on preferences you may have expressed either directly by selecting an option or setting or indirectly by your prior use.



We and our third-party partners may also employ web beacons or clear gifs (aka web beacons/web bugs), local storage (HTML5 storage) and scripts that help better manage content on Web beacons are tiny, clear graphics that are embedded invisibly on web pages. They are used to understand and monitor online movements of users so that we may better understand and improve their experiences on In contrast to cookies, which are stored on a user’s computer hard drive, web beacons are not stored on a user’s computer or device. We may tie the information gathered to your personal information.  Local storage functions similarly to cookies and can be managed through your browser settings. Scripts are lines of code embedded in the source of the website that do not store any information on your device, but enable certain features on the website to operate.


In order to use the internet, every computer on the Internet is assigned, either temporarily or permanently, an Internet Protocol Address (IP Address) by their institution or internet service provider. When our websites or other internet services are accessed, we collect the IP Address of the accessing system as well as statistics on the date, time, internet protocol, and amount of data transferred. We store this information to ensure our ability properly investigate cyber-attacks and to perform analytics on the use of our internet services.


When you click on a link to a third-party web site or other third-party resource, the third party may place a cookie from its own site. We do not control the dissemination of these cookies. You should check the relevant third-party web site for more information about these cookies.

Like other authorised information analyse that does not identify individual authorised users, we may analyse and share non-personal information collected through cookies with third parties (such as our business partners and service providers) in marketing materials and in public disclosures.