New Cookie Legislation
All that has changed is the requirement for us to inform you that cookies are on our website and you do have the option of turning them off if you want. Please refer to your browser instructions as how to do this.
Please note: Cookies DO NOT COLLECT PERSONAL DATA - they are required to track your order through the site (see it as a basket containing your selections)
At Langley Models we want to offer you a great website experience, technology on the internet is as such that many components are required to see this page and other pages on our website in the most up to date way possible.
An important component in this, is that our website allows you to easily access all the content we have, this could be anything from a basic contact form, polls and survey scripts, images, slideshows and videos and online shops. By default your computer and browser and our website server have the ability to present our site the way it was intended.
As there have been recent changes to legislation regarding the use of 'Cookies', and because these are essential to the performance of our website, we wanted to take this opportunity to clarify what 'Cookies' are and how we use them.
What are 'Cookies' and why they are essential to the Langley Models Website?
Our websites, along with most other major and even the most basic websites, use 'Cookies'. 'Cookies' are pieces of information that enable users to navigate around websites and (where appropriate) enable us to tailor the content to fit the needs of users visiting the site, helping us to improve their experience. To do this a website transfers the Cookie' to a file on your computer's hard disk. We use 2 type of 'Cookies:
These are Cookies which remain on your device after you have visited our website
These Cookies help us identify you as a unique visitor (by storing a randomly generated number) These, in no way record any personal identifying information, they simply let us know how many visitors we had and this helps us with marketing.
These are Cookies are used to keep track of your process through our site - what you have added to your basket for example - so when you go to a new section it still remebers what you have added - so when you come to the checkout it knows what is in your basket and what you wish to order. The cookie is deleted after about 30 minutes after you have checked out, paying for your goods and thus emptying your basket. So the cookie is now no longer needed.
How does Langley Models use 'Cookies'?