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What are cookies?

A cookie is a piece of information in the form of a small text file that is placed on an internet user’s computer or mobile phone when you first visit a website or page. Cookies are typically made up of letters and numbers and are stored on your computer by your internet browser which are then sent back to the initial website which recognises the cookie.

 

Why do we use cookies?

Like most websites, Cultural Enterprise Office uses cookies to make your visit to our website easier and to improve the quality of your user experience. By enabling cookies, user’s preferences, information and statistics can be stored.

These statistics include how many people have visited our website, what type of browser/technology they are using as well as how long they spent on our site. These cookies help us to measure and improve the performance of our website, and ultimately the user experience.

 

Are cookies dangerous?

No. Cookies cannot be used to circulate viruses or access your computer’s hard drive, although they are stored on the hard drive. They only contain and transfer as much information as the users themselves have disclosed to a certain website.

 

Why do people reject cookies if they are safe?

A server cannot set a cookie for a domain that it is not a member of. However, users may often discover cookies from websites that they have not visited in their computer. Cookies like these are usually used by companies that use internet advertising for other websites.

It may be possible that the user’s information can be passed to third parties without the user’s knowledge through such cookies. This is the main reason for people disallowing cookies. Please note that at Cultural Enterprise Office we do not use cookies to collect or pass any personally identifiable or sensitive information to advertisers or third parties.

Looking for sound advice and/or a sounding board?

Contact us to organise a meeting with one of our experienced and friendly creative industry advisors.