This Website uses cookies and may also use the services of third-party providers that deploy cookies in connection with their service. By using this Website, you consent to the placement of cookies on any devise used to access our Website. The content on this Website is provided “as is” and “with all faults”. Digital Briefcase makes no warranty or representation, either expressed or implied, as to its use, availability, content accuracy, appropriateness or performance of this site. As a user, you assume all risks and responsibilities for its use or non-use, and Digital Briefcase makes no representation that the content appearing on or downloaded from this Website is compatible with your device or free from viruses or errors.


1.1 The purpose of this policy is to set out what cookies are,  what we use them for, and how you, as the visitor to this website, can manage them during your visit to or use of the Digital Briefcase website.

1.2 This cookie policy is applicable to all of Digital Briefcase’s electronic platforms and facilities, including but not limited to the Digital Briefcase website.

1.3 This cookie policy must be read alongside the Digital Briefcase Privacy Policy.

1.4 “You” and “your” refers to the user of the website or “Client” of Digital Briefcase, as defined in the Privacy Policy.

1.5 The terms “we,” “us,” and “our” refer to Digital Briefcase.



2.1  Cookies are pieces of information transferred from your browser to your computer’s hard drive. They store information about your activity on a browser, in order to allow Digital Briefcase to recognise you when you revisit our website.

2.2 There are various kinds of cookies that Digital Briefcase may use;

2.2.1 First, session cookies which are also known as ‘temporary cookies’. These cookies only exist for the duration of your site visit and are deleted upon exit. These cookies, unlike other cookies do not have an expiration date assigned to them and help Digital Briefcase recognise you as you move between pages on our website.

2.2.2 Second, permanent cookies which are also known as ‘persistent cookies’. These cookies stay on your computer until they expire or are deleted. Permanent cookies are built with automatic deletion dates to help ensure your hard drive doesn’t get overloaded. These cookies often store and re-enter your login information, so you don’t need to remember them.

2.2.3 Kindly note that there are other kinds of cookies, which may be sub-categorised within the session and permanent cookies categories. Those cookies may also be used by Digital Briefcase.



3.1 Cookies are common and Digital Briefcase uses them to make your web experience faster, more convenient and personalised.

3.2 Digital Briefcase may also use cookies for the following reasons:

3.2.1 granting you access to restricted content;

3.2.2 tailoring the Digital Briefcase website’s functionality to you personally by letting us remember your preferences, location or device type;

3.2.3 improving how our website performs;

3.3.4 understanding who our audience is so that we can provide content most relevant to you;

3.3.5 allowing third parties to provide services to our website; and

3.3.6 helping us deliver interest-based advertising where appropriate, in compliance with the applicable laws.



4.1 You can modify your cookies at any time by clicking on the “Manage cookies” tab.

4.2 By clicking “I accept” on the cookies banner, you accept all cookie usage and consent to store cookies on your computer.

4.3 By clicking “I refuse” on the cookies banner, you may be prevented from accessing certain aspects of our website where cookies are necessary. Only the cookies necessary for the proper functioning of the website will be used.



5.1 Digital Briefcase reserves the right to and may from time to time update or amend  this Cookie Policy.

5.2 If material amendments are made in how personal information is collected, stored, transferred, used or processed in any other way, this Cookies Policy will be updated and notices will be provided where appropriate.

5.3 Any general updates or amendments of this Cookie Policy will be published as such on the Digital Briefcase website.

5.4 By continuing to use the Digital Briefcase website or any of our other services following any updates or amendments, the Client will be deemed to have agreed to such changes.

5.5 Clients are advised to visit and re-read this Cookie Policy on a regular basis.