A cookie is just a little file that gets stored in your browser (the window you’re reading this in) when you visit a web page. This helps the website identify whether you’ve been there before and what you viewed whilst you were there.
How we use them:
We’ll only be able to see what you do on our site, nowhere else. We also don’t store any information that can identify an individual. So if you were to fill out one of our contact forms, we wouldn’t track that information or be able to relate any previously stored information to you as an individual.
Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings.
Before you change your cookie settings, it’s important to note that blocking all cookies may prevent you from entering many websites.
Here’s a link to Wikipedia, in case you’re hungry to learn more about cookies: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookies