What Are Cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data sent by a website to your browser, which your browser will then send back to the website when you request a page from it. Cookies are used to allow websites to “remember” things about the user – for example, whether or not you are logged in. Cookies cannot carry viruses or modify settings on your computer, but can be used to collect and track data about users in relation to certain sites they visit.

Because of this, legislation applied within the EU requires that you are kept informed about what cookies this website uses and why. PerformanceIN uses cookies primarily to assist in necessary behaviour of our site; we need to use cookies to know whether you're logged in to our forums, for example. We also use cookies to gather and analyse data about the traffic that comes to our site, including what pages users visit and for how long. We do not use cookies to gather any personal data or any data unrelated to your experience using PerformanceIN

How Do I Block PerformanceIN Cookies?

Your browser is able to delete our cookies and prevent acceptance of any further cookies from our site. Although this process varies depending on your browser, you can find more detailed information at Disabling cookies on PerformanceIN will cause some parts of the website to stop working correctly for you (including regionalisation, and all login features), but it is entirely up to you whether or not you accept cookies from our site.