Disclaimers and Liability Limitations
See below re " Not Secure" when you access these pages.
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Cookies. For an explanation please see http://www.whatarecookies.com/
n.b. Current EU regulation insists that sites using cookies must obtain the permision of anyone who wishes to use their site before sending or retrieving cookie data
Nevertheless, many of the links on the pages and the adverts which they contain may lead you to sites where cookies are used. It is for the reader to decide whether they agree to their use by those sites. Whilst it is possible to disable cookies in the settings of any browser that you use, this may make those sites less convenient to use. Indeed, some sites, even banks, may insist that cookies are turned on whenever you access their site. For this reason I suggest that you study explanations of the term, their advantages and any possible security risks before making a decision.
THE 'NOT SECURE' notice.
You may see this when you access any of these pages. WHY ? This site
does not have an SSL Certificate. Why ? It is partly down to
cost. This site is run on the proverbial shoestrimg ! Why do I
not think it is necessary ? An SSL Certificate ensures that the
connection between the Server you go throughto connect to this site is
encrypted. This ensures that important information YOU type cannot be
mined by a scammer. BUT unlike most commercial sites None of the pages on this site require you to enter sensitive details, such as credit card details. But the choice is yours.
For a further explanation of SSL Certificates see https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/what-is-ssl