Policy on cookies & privacy
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small pieces of text information that a website or advertiser asks your web browser to store on
your own computer. Nearly all sites store cookies in this way.
If you leave a comment under an article, the details that you entered into
the form for nickname, email and website will be stored in a cookie on your own
computer. This saves you from having to enter the data again in future.
By asking your browser to store a cookie that records where on the web you found
g7uk.com, or which sections of the site you have already viewed, we can show you
content that is fresh and more relevant.
In the past we have used a cookie to reduce the number of ads that are shown to returning visitors.
Cookies can't carry viruses or install malware.
HOW CAN I REMOVE COOKIES?
You can delete them at any time and some web browsers let you turn off cookies completely.
Internet Explorer 8: go to the Safety menu, choose Delete Browsing History, tick the Cookies box and click OK to delete them. A shortcut is to press the keys: control-shift-delete.
Firefox: go to the Tools Menu and choose Clear Recent History. A shortcut is to press the keys: control-shift-delete.
Google Chrome or Chromium Portable: click the spanner in the top right corner, choose Settings, then in the left column click Under the Bonnet. At the top under Privacy click Content Settings. Or a shortcut is to press the keys: control-shift-delete.
Opera: this web browser has some of the best tools for handling cookies. Go to the Tools menu and choose Delete Private Data. Opera can delete all cookies every time you close the browser or you can set preferences on a site-by-site basis. Just right-click on a page, choose Edit Site Preferences and then the Cookies tab. You can even opt not to accept cookies in the first place.
THIRD PARTY ADVERTISEMENTS
Nearly all websites store data about visitors in server logs.
This data includes an IP address — a unique number that is linked with an internet connection.
Other details may include: the website a visitor came from (eg. Google), the pages they viewed, how long they spent on the site, which country they're in and the size of their screen.
This helps us to improve the content on our site. For example, if we see that a sizeable percentage view the site on a small mobile phone screen, we may decide to introduce pages that work better for them.
You are not personally identifiable to us purely from the data that is stored in the server logs.
PRIVACY OF THE ABOVE DATA
The only people with access to this data are the webmaster of the site and
the technical staff of the web hosting company.
Ordinarily, no details that might help identify a visitor would ever be shared with a third party. An exception could be if a person was involved in posting abuse, attacking the hosting server or other illegal activities.
The logs are stored in a part of the web server that is password-protected. Currently the server is located in the USA.
QUESTIONS & COMMENTS
Questions regarding this privacy statement, or any other aspects of g7uk.com
can be sent by email using our contact form.