What is a cookie?
Cookies are small files which are stored on your computer, smart phone or tablet when you visit a website. The files can have a number of purposes, in example: cookies enable some website features to function correctly, they can store information about the user to enable a personalised experience when using the website, they can enable faster loading of the website in the future, they can enable the web developer to monitor use of the website (e.g. the number of visits the website is getting, what pages are popular).
It is generally recommended that cookies are ‘enabled’ (allowed) to ensure websites display correctly and function as intended; giving the user the best possible experience. As such, website browsers are usually automatically setup to allow cookies from safe sources. It is possible to ‘disable’ (disallow) cookies through web browsers in their options.
RadioTrade website cookies
The cookies on this site are safe and do NOT store personal information or payment/card details, and do NOT give us access to your computer or the device being used.
The website uses mandatory RadioTrade cookies to display the website correctly and allow it to function correctly. The Third party components used on the website are listed below. We use the Google Analytics cookies, in example, to improve the user experience by monitoring which pages are unpopular and working to improve them.
Google Analytics Tracking
The AddThis Share Banner cookies enable visitors to share a website page (e.g. on another website or by email) or to bookmark the page (e.g. by adding the website link to their browser ‘Favourites’ so it can be found quickly in the future). The cookies do not store personally identifiable information.
RadioTrade cannot be held responsible or liable for any third party components or cookies.
The cookies on this website enable the website to function correctly and, if disabled, may affect your browsing and shopping experience on the site.
To enable or disable cookies, please open your browser window and amend the options as desired. It is possible to do this, in most browsers, by clicking on ‘Tools’ and then ‘Options’ or ‘Internet Options’. The option can then be altered in the Privacy section/tab. For more information, please click on ‘Help’ in your browser window or consult your product documentation.