Alice News: Privacy and Cookie Update
Starting today, when you visit any of our webpages, you will only encounter three cookies installed on your PC. Two of these cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the webpage, while the third cookie is used to set and enforce your cookie preferences.
Prior to this update, we regrettably failed to comply with the European GDPR due to the embedding of YouTube videos on some of our pages. This resulted in cookies from external domains being installed on visitors’ PCs without their consent, which is illegal in Europe. To rectify this issue, we now require specific consent before you can watch YouTube videos on our site.
However, we acknowledge that there is still room for improvement in our cookie consent process. Our current cookie software does not differentiate between logged-in users and site visitors, leading to the collection of a large list of cookies that may not be relevant to most users. We are actively working with the developer to address this issue and ensure that the information provided is applicable to each individual user. Transparency and user-specific relevance are our top priorities.
In addition to our efforts to enhance your privacy and comply with GDPR, we would also like to invite you to share any concerns or queries you may have regarding privacy and our website. We value your feedback and are committed to addressing any issues that may arise. Please feel free to leave your comments below or contact us directly.
Thank you for your continued support and understanding as we strive to provide you with a safe and enjoyable browsing experience.
The Alice Syndrome