My policy has changed.......
This is mainly due to the adding back of Google Analytics which sets its own cookies.
My old policy
I also have a very limited visitor interaction, in that I do not have comments or a facility where vistors can "join" my website. If a visitor wants to communicate with me they can do so via email.
It is my opinion that many websites, or their designers/administrators, do not understand what cookies do and why they should be aware of their use. They fall victim of the miriad of vendors that are all too willing to sell them a solution.
What are cookies
Basically the collection of information on the visitor to a website.
How to Set Cookies
I don't propose to explain this at length, suffice it to say there is a lot to be found on the Internet that shows how as an owner of a website how to do this.
How web-users can control how cookies are used
Users can block some or all cookies from websites that employ them. There is much information on this subject available on the Internet. However, when you do this you can expect that the website you are visiting is not responding in a way that the designer intended. In fact, you are not really gaining any greater level of privacy, dispite what the popup you may have agreed/declined with the respect to Cookies.
- Frameset URL Forwarding
- The annoying "Read more" is this supposed to aid SEO?
- W3C Markup Validation Service - I noticed that there were errors on this page
- Cookiebot will test your websites compliance - or say they do 🔗
- EU data protection rules 🔗 - The full story!!
- Everything You Need To Know About Cookies In 2019 [The HTTP Kind] 🔗 Has an annoying "read more" on copy and paste.