Cookies

We currently use cookies to monitor website traffic with Google Analytics which is used on the majority of websites around the internet.

This allows us to identify the popular content to improve the experience for our visitors as well as clear out unnecessary content that deems worthless to our visitors.

These cookies do not allow us to identify individual users, simply anonymous statistics such as your browser (eg. Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox), device (computer or mobile) and the referring source (likely Twitter for us).

Cookies may also be used for registered users of the website to remember account details for future log ins. These details are only stored on your device, not on our server. All your user credentials are encrypted with industry standard measures and only available to users. Administrators only have the ability to reset passwords or change email addresses if you have trouble gaining access to your account.