What are cookies?
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Why am I suddenly being warned about cookies?
Although cookies have been used for years, the EU announced a change in the law that on the 26th May 2012 websites must inform visitors that cookies are collected and for what purpose.
What information is collected and stored by www.castlecourt-uk.com?
Cookies are used to store information on how you navigate the webpage, i.e. what link has been clicked. This information is sent to our Google Analytics and we use insights from this to improve navigation of the webpage, making it more user friendly for you.
No Third-Party Cookies are stored or created.
How can I stop cookies from being stored on my computer?
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- Microsoft Internet Explorer
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- Google Chrome
- Apple Safari
This is a list of the most popular web browsers on the market. If your web browser is not on the list, search for an official tutorial online or seek an IT professional.
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The information which you supply us it treated with the highest level of confidentiality and complies with the Data Protection Act 1998. We will only keep the minimum amount of personal information on our system that we need in order to perform our duty. You will need to be aware that if we are requested by the police or government authority investigating suspected illegal activities to provide your Personal Information then we are entitled to do so.