A 'cookie' is a small text file that web sites apply to your computer when you visit a web site. It records personal data about you and your computer including your computer IP address. Although cookies do not store information of a personal nature such as credit card numbers, you are often not warned that the web site you are visiting has recorded information regarding your computer details via a cookie on the website. In many cases this information is then used by the web site owner to automatically generate advertising for the site you have visited in other areas and web-sites on the Internet that are of a similar nature that you visit.
We DO NOT use 'cookies' for this purpose: i.e: to gather information from clients or users of our web sites for advertising purposes. We DO however use 'Google Analytics' software code on our web-sites which does use 'cookies' to gather important technical visitor information from our web sites to enable us to offer a better visitor experiences to our web site users. This data is NOT used for advertising purposes. Furthermore, this information is ALWAYS kept within our own company and is NEVER disseminated to any other third party. Our company policy is that "cookies" used to track user information for advertising purposes is an intrusive breach of personal privacy in gathering personal information and we do NOT do this.