This page is here to help explain what cookies are and how they are used. It is essential to understand how they can be controlled on a computer, so we have created some brief instructions on how they work and how to block and disable cookies.
In May 2011, the EC introduced the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulation 2011 regulation requiring all website ask permission from the visitor for a cookie to be used. At this present time, we are not able to meet this directive and are working to ensure we comply in the future.
What is a Cookie?
Cookies are files which are stored on your computer, they contain a small text file which is placed on the hard drive of your computer. Think of a cookie as a piece of information that’s uniquely yours, it is used to notify a website when you’ve returned along with your browsing behaviour when you are on their website. Cookies can hold a large amount of information specific to a particular website and can carry information from one visit to the next.
Need to Block or Disable Cookies? Here’s How
If you don’t feel comfortable having cookies enabled it’s quite simple to disable them or clear them from your computer using your browser settings or privacy settings. To get full instructions on how to adjust your cookie settings visit Microsoft or Apple depending on your operating system. There is a simple way to block cookies from sites considered to be invasive which is by using software named “anti spyware” this will delete cookies from suspicious sites automatically.