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25 Jul 2012 12:43AM
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KONIN e2
3 252 England
25 Jul 2012 7:48AM
dont do cookies
lobsterboy e2
11 14.3k 13 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 8:25AM

Quote:Dont do cookies

Why not?
Coleslaw e2
9 13.4k 28 Wales
25 Jul 2012 8:33AM
why not indeed, they are d e l i c i o u s.....Tongue
KevSB
10 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 8:35AM
The cookies issue also puts me off going any further as it will most peaple, With a mentality that we have to be careful what we click on alot of persons will not trust this is a cookie and not go further
rogerfry e2
9 525 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 8:44AM

Quote:Dont do cookies
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I bet you do!......how do you think ePz knows who you are when you log on, and who your connections are etc.
answersonapostcard e2
10 12.7k 15 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 8:48AM
even the BBC ...

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25 Jul 2012 9:57AM
I did have the cookie warning installed on the site, I will have to check on this later (at work at the moment)
Thanks for bring this to my attention
25 Jul 2012 10:05AM
Update....
I have just checked on my site with firefox and IE and the cookie warning IS showing.
I sugges those of you not seeing it clean Your browsers & try again
Sabreur e2
9 767 England
25 Jul 2012 12:42PM
I thnk people are being put off by the warning, even though it is legally required (depending on what you are using cookies for) and they are everywhere these days.

Perhaps you need a way of not using them, then you won't scare people away.
Carabosse e2
11 39.7k 269 England
25 Jul 2012 12:49PM

Quote:I thnk people are being put off by the warning, even though it is legally required (depending on what you are using cookies for) and they are everywhere these days.

Perhaps you need a way of not using them, then you won't scare people away.




Agreed. It needs to be a bit more subtle.
mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 12:53PM
These days I will not authorise cookies from a site that I will use very rarely and I suspect I am part of a growing group of people in this regard.
As far as I can tell, cookies are used mainly to aid log-on each time you visit, or used by large companies (such as Amazon) to track habits and hone the search engine; or they are used to track general web browsing and all sorts of groups can use that info. If you have a small site whihc people visit occasionally I would question why you need them at all aprart from 'everyone does it'.

Yet I know I am living in ignroance of a lot of cookies from different sites but, hey...
Carabosse e2
11 39.7k 269 England
25 Jul 2012 1:43PM
A cookie is not a virus. I always clear my browser cache, completely, before closing the browser............... that should clear out all cookies at that point.
lobsterboy e2
11 14.3k 13 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 1:52PM
yup clearing cookies is pretty damn easy.

I still don't get waht the fuss is about. So a company tracks where you go, all that happens is you end up with some advertising that is related to your interests. What's the prolem?
mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 2:08PM

Quote:What's the prolem?


paranoia.Tongue

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