Generally, we avoid their use
Cookies allow websites to store information about you on your own computer after which this information can be used to improve your experience, for example by remembering your preferences, the date of your last visit, your name or interests. In the right place, cookies can be useful, however the information contained in them is not secure and they can therefore pose a security risk.
Our right reserved to use third party cookies and analytical tracking using Google Analytics
Google Analytics may be used by us to understand what pages and services our customers like and use so that we may improve our website and your experience in using it. We look at such data on an anonymous basis. Google Analytics cookies vary in terms of how long they remain on your computer. You can find Google Analytics cookies as "__utmx", although x may sometimes be a different letter.
To disable cookies or analytical tracking
Cookies may be disabled if you wish but if you do so, this may affect the performance of other web sites, although it will not affect the operation of Dr Morton's. Most browsers automatically accept cookies. If you don't want anyone to be able to place cookies on your computer at all, you can set your browser to disable or reject them. You can do this by adjusting the preferences within your browser. See www.allaboutcookies.org for instructions.
You may disable analytical tracking separately if you wish by disabling Google Analytics. The manner in which you do so depends upon your web browser. If you use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, you can set our Website to only use session based cookies, preventing our Google Analytics cookie from tracking you any further. If you use Internet Explorer, Apple Safari or a smart phone, it may be more difficult to block just an analytics cookie, so you may have to delete cookies manually.