About Our Cookies

Our website, like most, uses cookies to help us understand how visitors find and navigate the website.

Cookies are small text files which are stored on your computer. You can read more about cookie management in our Journal Post here.

They can be used for many reasons on websites. Some help target adverts to you based on what you have previously viewed, some can be used to count how many times you have visited a page, and others might keep track of what you have added to your shopping basket.

What cookies does the The Inner Circle website (www.pcinnercircle.co.uk) use?

Cookie Details Even More Info…

Google Analytics

Sets cookies on pcinnercircle.co.uk

Cookie names:
__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmv, __utmt, __utmx, __utmz, _ga , _gat

These cookies are set and used by Google Analytics to help us track how our website is used. For example we can see how many visitors a day we get
and which page is the most popular.You can read more about how Google Analytics uses cookies here. Really don’t want us and Google to anonymously track you across our (and other) websites? You can opt out across all websites using
Google’s opt out tool.
MailChimp
Sets cookies for MailChimp.com
When you sign-up to our fantastic weekly IT free tips and advice email we use MailChimp to process your
details and send the emails out. They have their own cookie and privacy policy here.
You can cancel the email at any time and we will never pass your details to anyone else. We also use MailChimp to send out the Inner Circle password each month.

WordPress and Hosting

Sets cookies on pcinnercircle.co.uk

Cookie names:

wordpress_test_cookie,
wp-postpass_###,
cookie_notice_accepted, voted_###,
__cfduid

These cookies keep track of the password you enter to view the content on the Inner Circle. They last a few days and stop you from having to re-enter the password each time you visit the website.

cookie_notice_accepted is the cookie we use to stop the cookie message displaying each time you visit the site.

cfduid is the cookie set as part of our hosting, you can read more about it here.

Where can I find out more about cookies?

  • AboutCookies.org – Has detailed information about how to find & remove cookies
  • Wikipedia HTTP Cookie – Indepth detail on how cookies are formed and saved to your computer. It also covers the history of cookies

All external links will open in a new window or tab and we are not responsible for the content of these sites.

You can always as a question on The Clubroom page if you want to know more about how we use Cookies!

Thank you