What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer when you use a website. They are used to help the website recognise you when you return, and to enable our visitor the best possible journey through the website.
Cookies do no harm to you or your computer and are used in almost all commercial websites. In fact, they help to enhance your visit by creating tailored browsing, specific to your requirements.
Any personal information we do collect on the Haldane Fisher website will be made clear to you. We will ask you your permission (usually in the form of a tick box) if this is the case.
Do I have a choice?
Yes, you may manage the cookies on your computer easily. For more information about how to delete existing cookies or disable cookies from your browser, the following website may be useful: http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
What happens if I disable cookies?
Disabling cookies on the Haldane Fisher website is likely to affect the usability of the website and the site may not perform as expected. Once they are disabled we will be unable to update our website in an effective manner and to improve its performance for the user’s benefit.