Frequently Asked Questions
Why are Cookies essential to Gaydar?
Posted by Andre - Gaydar on 09 August 2017 12:13 PM
There is a lot of discussion about privacy and the use of ‘Cookies’ on websites in the media. With this in mind we believe it is important that our customers understand how we use 'Cookies' on our website. Our Privacy Policy can be reviewed here: http://gaydar.co.uk/info/privacy.asp
 
Why are ‘Cookies’ essential to use Gaydar?
 
Our websites, along with most other major websites, use ‘Cookies’. 'Cookies’ are pieces of information that a website transfers to the cookie file on your computer's hard disk. ‘Cookies’ enable users to navigate around websites and (where appropriate) enable us to tailor the content to fit the needs of visitors who have accessed the site and help us improve the user experience. Without ‘Cookies’ enabled we cannot guarantee that the website and your experience whilst visiting are as we or you intended it to be.
 
Our website ‘Cookies’ do not collect personally identifiable information and no information is passed to third parties that could identify you. At Gaydar we use cookies for:
 
Protection: We use cookies for security; these ‘session cookies’ are temporary which only exist when you sign in to your Profile. Without Cookies enabled you will not be able to access Gaydar.
 
Experience: We use cookies to improve your experience of the website by tracking how visitors reach our site and the path they take through it to help us improve our service to you. For example, Google Analytics help us to analyse how you use the site and also to monitor and manage our website traffic. Another example would be to remember which language or colour you have chosen to display.
 
Marketing: To understand how our advertising campaigns and promotions within the Gaydar website are working to improve our site design, offers and promotions. Advertising on Gaydar of third party products and services are displayed in what is called an ‘iFrame’ – a separate page within the displayed page that has no access to the rest of the Gaydar or its information. This means if you click on an advert, Gaydar does not know you have visited an advertiser and vice versa. 
 
For further information on advertising please visit this link: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/
 
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