Cookies/IP addresses

Cookies are pieces of information that your web browser transfers to your computers hard drive for record keeping purposes. Cookies can make the web more useful by storing information about your preferences on a particular site, thus enabling web site owners to provide more useful features for their users. The technology used in the Jeremy Jacobs website does not currently use cookies, but we reserve the right to introduce their use without notice. Most browsers are initially set to accept cookies, but if you prefer, you can set your browser to refuse cookies. However, if you choose to do so you might impair your ability to use certain site functionality. JeremyJacobs does not currently log user IP addresses (the location of your computer on the internet) but we reserve the right to for systems administration and trouble-shooting purposes. We do not log IP addresses to track a users session, nor do we link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable. Your browser will also inform us of the type of computer or operating system being used by you.

Depending on your cookie solution, if you add software to your website to allow your website visitors to manage their cookies for your websiteyou could add the following statement to your website:

How may we use cookies:

The cookie (or message) asks permission to be placed on your computers hard drive in a small text format. If you agree to this the message or file is then added to your hard drive. It can help to analyse web traffic, to identify a user or retain login information when you are revisting a website. Cookies therefore can be very useful, they can respond to previously used web applications. Enabling the web application to mould its operations to your needs; likes or dislikes by tracking the information about your preferences.

'Traffic log cookies' can identify which web pages are being used. A good tool for analysing webpage traffic data which ultimately improves our website because it moulds it to customer needs. This information is only used to gather information for statistical analysis after which the data is removed from the system.