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We do not use tracking cookies as all cookies used are destroyed at the end of any session
No data is stored on your browser except for a session ID stored on your browser.
The session along with the tiny piece of information held on your browser is destroyed automatically once you leave the website
In order for this website to work relies on the session ID cookie
The web is a stateless platform meaning that information cannot be passed from one page to another.
To avoid information being passed at the end of a URL PHP session cookies are used which stores a unique ID only to reference data stored on the server for the duration of the session only.
(note the above is fictitious but I’m sure you may have seen sites like this)
Using the above method avoids using cookies but is unsafe as data can be manipulated.
The main difference between a PHP session and a cookie is that session data is stored on the server, whereas cookies store data in the visitor’s browser. … Data stored in the cookie can be stored for months or years, depending on the life span of the cookie. But the data in the session is lost when the web browser is closed.
No data is stored on your browser except for a small cookie ID stored on your browser.
The cookie along with the tiny piece of information held on your browser is destroyed automatically once you leave the website.
The tracking cookie is a tiny piece of information which is destroyed once you leave the website.
Google collects data for statistical data such as the web address the IP used date and time.
If you use Chrome and you are logged in as a user then that data collected is entirely up to you and Google.
The entire website uses a secure SSL certificate
We use Payment Gateways which are PCI DSS compliant.
We have several methods people can pay
We offer PAYPAL as an alternative to Stripe.
No information is held on our server for PAYAL.
No information is held on our server.
At times the lack of information makes it harder to track payments especially if no reference can be found for the transaction.
Email address only is stored on our server to send out newsletter to subscribed users.
We do not use any 3rd party newsletter services
We collect personal information from you, including information about your:
When you sign up for a hosting account we add you to the newsletter as this often contains announcements of updates.
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