The EU cookie law is a piece of privacy legislation that seeks to improve personal privacy on the internet. It was originally adopted by other EU countries in 2011, but the UK was given a year to comply after it updated its Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, which brought the directive in to UK law.
What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small files that contain information about particular websites you visit. Our cookie remembers the site, the time and date you last visited and any login information you may use. They also record any preferences you select while on the site.
The idea of the cookie is to enhance the browsing experience by taking care of all the little details for you when your revisit this site.
Sites that have advertising use them to allow rotation of adverts. They read the cookies, see where you have surfed and find adverts pertinent to your tastes.
How Do Cookies Affect My Browsing?
Up until now, cookies have been such an inherent part of web browsing that many sites depend on them. Refusing cookies can result is a loss of some functionality and some services on websites simply won’t work.
This isn’t blackmail to force you to accept cookies, it’s just how the web works.
We do not collect any private information through using cookies. We only use them to enhance your experience on this site and to remember your site preferences, nothing else!
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