How to manage cookies 

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.

 

We use cookies to understand what users do on our website. We’ll take information such as what pages are looked at, where our users came in to the site and where they left, to help us understand what content is most popular and try and add more of it to our site.

We’ll only be able to see what you do on our site, nowhere else. We also don’t store any information that can identify an individual. So if you were to fill out one of our contact forms, we wouldn’t track that information or be able to relate any previously stored information to you as an individual.

 

Most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings.

Before you change your cookie settings, it’s important to note that blocking all cookies may prevent you from entering many websites.

Internet Explorer (IE) 9 or 10:

Go to 'Tools' in the menu bar (Alt + X) then click on 'Internet Options'

Click on 'Privacy' Tab on top

Move the slider up to the 'Block All Cookies' button

Google Chrome:

In the toolbar menu select ‘Settings’

Click ‘Show advanced settings’

In the ‘Privacy’ section, click the ‘Content Settings’ button

In the ‘Cookies’ section, you can change your settings to ‘Block sites…’ or ‘Block third-party cookies…’

Firefox

Go to ‘Settings’ and select ‘Privacy’.  Under ‘Tracking’ select ‘Tell sites that I do not want to be tracked’

Safari 6.0.5

In the menu, click on 'Preferences’.

Once in the Preferences window, click 'Privacy'.

Under 'Block Cookies: from third parties and advertisers’, your options are 'Always' or 'Never'

You also have the option to ‘Remove All Website Data’ which will remove all current cookies, including stored passwords and form information.