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Cookies are used for a variety of purposes by most websites.

They are most commonly for:

  • Analytics – to track and collect statistics about which pages are visited, the duration of the visit, return visits etc
  • remembering visitor preferences and personalise pages
  • content management system login verification for users and commenters
  • managing shopping carts and shopping preferences on ecommerce websites
  • for tracking and analysing the number of people responding to targeted advertising

About the EU Cookie Law

A new EU Cookie Law came into effect on 26th May 2011, which applies to the use of cookies and in particular is concerned with the issue of implied consent.

To learn more about ‘Information Rights’ and ‘Cookies’, visit:

ICO – Data Protection and Freedom of Advice – ico.org.uk

Cookies and similar technologies