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Cookies

This website uses cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is sent by a website and stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit that website. Depending on the type of cookie, this information can then be read by the same or other websites when you visit them at a later time.

This page describes the various types of cookie that may be set on your computer when you visit this website.

Cookies set directly by ctccambridge.org.uk

This site may set the following cookies to remember your preferences:

Cookie name Purpose
DontShow​Cookie​Popup Set when the user clicks "Don't show again" or "OK" on the "This website uses cookies" notice.
Facebook​Comment​Consent Set if the user enables the use of Facebook comments on this site. Removed if the user subsequently disables comments. This preference is set using the Page comments page

These cookies remain on your browser for 30 days (unless you choose to remove them earlier), after which your preference is forgotten. They can only be read by this website.

Cookies set by Facebook

If you enable the use of Facebook comments on this site then Facebook will place third-party cookies on your computer whenever you visit a page on our website which allows comments.

By default the use of Facebook comments is disabled. Visit our page comments configuration page to enable or disable the use of Facebook comments and to find out more about the information sent to Facebook.

Cookies set by Google and other websites

If you visit a page on this website which includes embedded content from other sites then those sites may place third-party cookies on your computer.

For example, some ride reports contain an embedded Google map which shows the route taken. If you view those ride reports then Google may place cookies on your computer. For more information see Google's web page How Google uses cookies.

Other pages may contain embedded content from Google Calendar or from Twitter. Both may place third-party cookies on your computer.

Some pages may contain embedded content from other sites not mentioned here. These sites may also place third-party cookies on your computer.

How to disable the use of cookies by this website

You can, if you wish, configure your browser to disable cookies. You can either disable only third-party cookies (such as those set by Google, Twitter and Facebook) or you can disable all cookies (including those set directly by ctccambridge.org.uk as well). If you are concerned about your privacy we recommend you only disable third-party cookies. This will prevent you seeing or making comments, but will otherwise have little effect on the behaviour of the site. If you disable our cookies as well then you will see the "This website uses cookies" notice every time you visit.

Note that if you are concerned about cookies set by Facebook there is no need to disable cookies: you can simply leave comments disabled.

Instructions on how to disable cookies are widely available on the internet. One possible place to start is How to control and disable your cookies from insites.com.

More information

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