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Like most websites Empowerment uses cookies. A cookie is a small file that we put on your computer to help us provide you with a good online experience. The following information shows you that the cookies used on the Empowerment  website are in accordance with the UK implementation of the European e-Privacy Directive (2009/136/EC).

There are two types of cookie on this site...
Cookies that help us understand how our site is used
We use Google Analytics » to measure what people do on our site. It is the most common analytics tool on the Internet and we use it to look at things like what pages are most popular and which browsers people use. This helps us learn how we can make improvements to our site and how to make your experience even better. 
Cookies that remember your preferences
We use the AddThis » widget on the bottom-left of each page to allow users to quickly share pages through social media or email. The cookie records if you have shared anything on the site before, so it can suggest which accounts you use.
These are all standard uses of cookies, and we do not feel that they record any more information then they need to. However if you wish to restrict or block web browser cookies then you can do this through your browser settings (the Help function within your browser should tell you how). Alternatively visit AboutCookies.org » which contains information on how to do this on a wide variety of desktop browsers.

If you've got any general questions about the way we use cookies, don't hestitate to contact us at admin@empowermentcharity.org.uk
Page last updated: October 2013