Whilst there are only a very few instances where
cookies are used on the websites run by the V8 Register, we have updated our cookie
policy to reflect changes in the law on cookies and tracking technologies used
if you use a couple of the features on our websites that will result in simple
session cookies being set on your computer and that your continuing to use our
to our websites.
What cookies does the V8 Register use on its websites?
websites have only a few very simple session cookies to aid essential website
V8 Website at www.v8register.net
procedure to transfer the essential details of the buyer and the goods or service
they have purchased on our website to the secure encrypted website run by Worldpay
who then provide the secure card processing and payment services for the V8 Register.
Once the buyer is transferred to the Worldpay website, the V8 Register does not
retain that data and has no knowledge of any aspect of the secure payment transaction
on the Worldpay website until the V8 Register webmaster subsequently receives
an automated email from Worldpay confirming a payment has been made by the buyer.
That email provides details of the buyer, their postal address, email address
and contacts - of course those personal details are essential to
enable the V8 Register to deliver the goods or services bought by the buyer. That
personal data is held by the V8 Register's dataholder in accordance with the provisions
and requirements of the UK Data Protection Acts and the General Data Protection
Regulation (GDPR) from 2oth May 2018. The purpose of that session cookie is simply
to enable the online payment transaction to happen.|
V8 Bulletin Board
When a visitor selects the option to post a message
on the V8BB, the data entered on the online posting form is dropped into a simple
session cookie to store the information for the session. The data is not retained
for any subsequent use. The purpose of that session cookie is simply to aid the
message posting function.
Grapevine at www.v8grapevine.net
When a member logs in to access the vehicle
search option, a small simple session cookie is created to remember the member
whilst they use the service. The purpose of that session cookie is to aid the
recognition of the user as a logged in member whilst using the member only facilities
on the V8 Grapevine website.
EU cookie law
The new EU Cookie law is a piece of
privacy legislation that was originally adopted by all EU countries on 26th May
2011 which became effective from 26th May 2012 and requires websites to gain consent
from visitors to store or receive any information on a computer or any other web
connected devices, for example a smartphone or tablet. The EU Cookie law has been
protect online privacy of website users by making them aware, and giving them
a choice, about the amount of information collected by websites.|
Each EU member has its own approach to the law, however the basic requirements
of the directive remain the same. In the UK the Information Commissioners Office
(ICO) is responsible for ensuring that organisations in the UK comply with the
EU Cookie law and compliance with with privacy laws.
The ICO cookies guidance, updated in May 2012, sets out the changes to the EU
Cookies law and explains the steps websites need to take to ensure they comply.
The updated guidance provides additional information around the issue of implied
What are cookies?
A cookie is a simple text
file that is stored on your computer or mobile device by a website's server and
only that server will be able to retrieve or read the contents of that cookie.
For more information on cookies and their use on websites, see our note. More
What can you do if you don't want cookies on your computer?
people find the idea of a website storing information on their computer or mobile
device intrusive so if you don't want to receive cookies when you visit our websites,
you can modify your browser so that it notifies you when cookies are sent to it
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