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What are cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data sent to a user’s web browser when they visit a website. It is used by the website to store useful information about the visitor, such as user preferences, and whether the user is logged in or not.

How do we use cookies?

We use cookies to help tailor your user experience and provide optimal levels of service. Computer Service Centre’s website uses three types of cookie:

1) Preferences Cookie
When you visit our website, we display a courtesy message to let you know that we use cookies on our site. When you close this message, we use a cookie to remember your decision.

2) Analytics Cookie
Google Analytics provides us with anonymous browsing information, enabling us to give the best possible user experience on our website. This data includes geographical regions of our visitors, which pages on our site are the most popular, which websites are referring visitors to our site, and whether you are browsing from a mobile device or a PC.

3) Authentication Cookie
Authentication cookies are used to remember whether a user is logged in or not, and which account they are logged in under.

What cookies do we use?

Preferences cookie cc_cookie_accept This cookie allows us to remember that you have chosen to close the Cookie policy message displayed when first visiting our site.
Session cookies PHPSESSID We use a session cookie to take you back to the page you were on, after you log in.
Analytics cookies __utma
We use Google Analytics to provide us with anonymous information about visitors to our website.
Authentication cookies wp-settings
Our website is built on Wordpress, a popular open-source Content Management System. Wordpress uses these cookies to store a user’s login details. Further information can be found here.

How to amend your cookie settings

Web browsers allow some control of most cookies through their browser settings. More information about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, can be found here.