Right because of things called “laws” I have to tell you that this site might have things called “Cookies”. Here is some text I copied and pasted from elsewhere:
We may store information about you using cookies (files which are sent by us to your computer or other access device) which we can access when you visit our site in future. We do this to [describe why cookies are used] (I can’t describe why cookies are used because I don’t use them).
If you want to delete any cookies that are already on your computer, please refer to the instructions for your file management software to locate the file or directory that stores cookies.
Information on deleting or controlling cookies is available at www.AboutCookies.org. Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of our site.
Confused? Well I’m not sure either but I think that makes me legally compliant and that’s the main thing. Look, to put it another way… I don’t store anything about you but this site uses WordPress and to help you navigate around it might put something called a “cookie” on your computer. There are also some “widgets” I use in WordPress. They do things like display the tables on my “Theatre” page and stop spam. These “widgets” might use a cookie but I don’t think they do. I used to run Google Analytics on here but I don’t even do that anymore.
On my personal machine I use Privacy Badger and Ghostery. On my site both of these services say nothing is running and that’s good enough for me. Not only am I not collecting anything about you I’m trying to actively ensure no plug-ins I use on this site collect anything either. But these things get updated and they might drop an update which pops a cookie in I don’t know about. Look, I’m trying to be a good guy here.
Either way, If you don’t want any cookies (or any biscuits of any description) then visit: www.AboutCookies.org who will hopefully give you more information.
At the end of the day it’s probably not me you’ve got to worry about. You’re sharing most of your personal details on Facebook and giving third party apps access to your Facebook wall so chances are some scammer in Russia already knows that you like Taylor Swift, holidayed in Turkey last year and have a dog called Shep which are also the answers to your secret questions on your email account and that doesn’t matter anyway because you haven’t turned on two-factor authentication and your password is: Password1