How we use cookies on the Youtilize Website.

We utilize cookies to assist our site users and make their experience as pain free as possible. For example, when filling in forms, we understand that this can be very frustrating when you need to return to a page where you have already completed a form only to find that the form data has been removed. This is a security measure for most browsers, they do not always repopulate forms. We store the form data in a cookie which then adds the form data back into the relevant form inputs so you the user does not need to do any more work than is absolutely necessary.

We also make use of cookies in order to help us with our marketing by tracking our site visitors to assess where they are coming in from and what pages they use and the length of time spent on the site. In no way does this effect you or is the information sold on.

Cookies are also used to check if a user is signed into the website and allow them to use their member applications safely and securely. We do obviously take extra precautions when dealing with signed in users and cookies are only a basic part of this application

What actually are cookies.

There is a lot of misunderstanding where cookies are concerned.
Cookies cannot harm or effect your computer or any device that you use to visit web pages with. They are not programs and completely harmless.
They are simple text files that are stored in your browsers cache/history folder, that can be read by means of web based scripting, this maybe from a JavaScript in the web page our more commonly by a server side script. You can read them yourself if you so wish to do so, simply locate your history folder for the relevant browser and open any you find, they will normally open in Notepad or a similar basic text program.