Cookie Policy

On May 26th 2011 a new EU originated law came into effect that requires website owners to make significant changes to their sites and may fundamentally change the whole web browsing experience for everybody.This Cookie Law is amended privacy legislation that requires websites to obtain informed consent from visitors before they can store or retrieve any information on a computer or any other web connected device. If you want to find out more about these law changes we recomend visiting 'The Cookie Collective'.

What do cookies do?

tick Cookies do allow us to remember you, your preferences and information about your visit when you browse the site.
cross Cookies set by this site do not contain personally indentifiable information.
cross Cookies belong to specific websites and can not be viewed by other websites.
cross Cookies do not allow us to access your computer or view your other data.

Third Party Cookies

Although it is the case that cookies can only be set by a domain (eg. naloxone.org.uk) you visit, when you visit a website you will usually see content from many different domains and these providers can also set cookies. Embedded videos, "share" buttons, Twitter or Facebook counters are just a few examples of when you may be served content by other providers on this site.

Analytics

To better understand their visitors, many sites use analytics tools to analyse traffic to their websites. Analytics services use tracking codes and use cookies to log visits to the site. This data does not identify specific visitors personally. These tools set long-life cookies from our domain. These cookies can not be viewed by other sites but the data is reported back to our partners.

Because so many sites use the same packages and the data is centralised with select companies, people may be concerned about their activity across the web being collected. The companies we use are reputable companies with strong privacy policies, but we understand you may still be concerned. Our chosen partner is Google Analytics who is you require it provide an opt-out method.