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In 2011 The European Union amended Regulation 6 of the Privacy and Electronic
Communications Regulations 2003 (PECR), requiring websites to obtain consent
before placing any cookie (other than those absolutely necessary to make the
website work) on website visitors computers. Websites using cookies must offer
visitors an opt out of cookie usage. Web site owners were given until May 2012
Q - What is a cookie?
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experience from that website. They may be used to track your movements across a
site, to collate statistics, to remember any settings you have made e.g. to the
site display, to target you with relevant adverts. Cookies can be temporary
lasting the length of your visit to a site called session cookies or permanent
to track your return visits and display advertising targeted according to your
previous history. Cookies are not viruses and do not damage your computer.
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