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Privacy & Cookies

Film Debate is committed to preserving the privacy of all visitors to www.filmdebate.co.uk. Please read the following information to understand what cookies are, how we use them and how any information you provide to us is protected.

What are cookies?
Cookies are tiny text files stored on your computer, mobile phone or tablet when you visit certain web pages. Cookies form a standard part of most modern websites and are used to help provide you with the best experience possible. Cookies do not harm your computer.

How do we use Cookies?
At Film Debate we use cookies to make our website work as you’d expect, improve the speed and security of the site and continuously improve our website for you.

We do not use cookies to collect any personally identifiable information (without your express permission), nor do we pass data on to third parties.

The Film Debate site currently uses the following cookies:
Google Analytics: this provides us with valuable information about how you found our website and how it is being used. This helps us to continuously improve our site. All data is stored anonymously and includes no sensitive information.

JSE: We use this cookie to remember if you have JavaScript enabled on your web browser. Without it the website can’t do things like display certain images and videos.

Other collected information
We receive and store information when a user submits a html form, such as on our contact page. This information is used only for the purpose contact was made.

Third party sites
The Film Debate website contains links to other websites. We are not responsible for the content or privacy practices of these or other third party websites. Visitors should check the policy statements of these websites to understand their privacy policies and use of cookies.

How to remove cookies
Should you wish to remove or not use cookies from our site, you can usually switch cookies off by adjusting your browser settings to stop it from accepting cookies. Please note: This may adversely affect your internet browsing experience and is likely to stop our website working as you would expect.

Here’s how to do this in some of the most used browsers:

Mozilla Firefox
Select ‘options’ then choose ‘privacy’. Since Firefox accepts cookies by default, select ‘use custom settings for history’. This will bring up additional options where you can uncheck ‘accept cookies from sites’ or set exceptions, ‘accept third party cookies’, and decide how long cookies will be stored. You can also see the list of stored cookies and delete those you don’t want manually. The option of deleting all cookies is available either from the history or privacy window. Permissions for blocking or allowing cookies for single sites can also be set via the Permissions tab.

Google Chrome
Click on the wrench (spanner) on the browser toolbar. Choose ‘settings’, then ‘under the hood’. Find the ‘privacy’ section and click on ‘content settings’. Then click ‘cookies’ and you will get four options allowing you to delete cookies, allow or block all cookies by default or set cookie preferences for particular sites or domains.

Internet Explorer
Select Tools (or the gear icon), Internet Options, Privacy. You can choose from a number of security settings including Accept All Cookies, Block All Cookies and intermediate settings that affect cookie storage based on privacy and whether cookies set allow third parties to contact you without your explicit consent.

Safari
In Safari 5.0 and earlier: go to Preferences, Security and then Accept Cookies. You can choose from Always, Only from sites you navigate to or Never.

In Safari 5.1 and later: go to Preferences, Privacy. In the Block cookies section choose Always, Never or From third parties and advertisers.