EU Cookie Statement for Visitors
On 26 May 2012 the UK government passed a law that compelled UK Website owners to inform visitors to Websites what Cookies were being used for. This legislation affects virtually every type of Website, as Cookies are used to ensure the site remembers what you did last time you visited, and ensures that anything you selected last time is available for the current visit, to save you time keying in data a second time.
What is a cookie?
A short string of code which is placed in the cookie folder on your browser (there is a separate folder for each browser you have on your computer). There are two types of cookie – ‘session cookies’ which are used whilst you are on the site, and ‘persistent cookies’ which are used when you return to the site. You can delete them using the ‘Tools’ command on your browser. I don’t want cookies on my computer – what should I do? If you are using Internet Explorer, go to Tools > Internet Options > Security, and in the ‘Security Level for this Zone’ area, push the slider to the top of the column so that the setting reads ‘High’. To complete the process, go to Tools > Delete Browsing History, tick the ‘Cookies’ box, and hit the delete button at the bottom of the page. This will remove all cookies for the current Internet browser. You now need to repeat the process on each browser that you use.
Cookies used by Seelogic
Google Analytics is used to track the different pages visited on our Website.