EU Cookie Law - Information and our policies



The Cookie Law is a new piece of privacy legislation that requires websites to obtain consent from visitors to store or retrieve any information on a computer or any other web connected device, like a smartphone or tablet.
It has been designed to protect online privacy, by making consumers aware of how information about them is collected by websites, and enable them to choose whether or not they want to allow it to take place.
It started as an EU Directive that was adopted by all EU countries on May 26th 2011.  At the same time the UK updated its Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, which brought the EU Directive it into UK law.  The deadline for compliance is the 26th May 2012
Each EU member state has done or is doing the same thing. Although they all have their own approach and interpretation, the basic requirements of the directive remain the same.
The Continuity Forum website only uses 'Good' cookies to help you navigate our pages and connect relevant topics. These are are called 'session' cookies and are not stored.
We do not accept use, or accept the use of, Third Party Tracking or Advertising cookies on our site.
Consequently, we use the principle of implied consent for the use of website cookies for visitors to our site. If you are a member and Partner and have logged into to the system consent for the use of cookies is included in the terms and conditions of use of the site.  
For more on our privacy policy please click here!