Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you visit almost all websites. They are stored anonymously and do not contain secure information about you or your computer.
You can disable cookies that are already stored on your computer or other device, but these can prevent many websites from working properly. Users are advised that if they wish to refuse the use or storage of cookies from a website, they must take the necessary steps in the security settings of their web browser to block cookies, which however risks affect the functionality of the site.
- Track the pages you visit via Google Analytics or other vendor tracking code
- Retain sales and purchase information
- Record information you have voluntarily entered into forms or data entry areas.
- Remember the pages you have visited
- Remember what's in your basket
- Remember where you are in the checkout process
- Remember you are logged in, if applicable
None of the above gives the site owner any right to share personal information with third parties, nor can a website access information on your computer, such as your address electronic mail or your passwords, which you have not previously authorized