What are cookies and why must I accept them on your site?
A cookie is a small piece of information (text file) that's sent to your browser - along with an HTML page - when you access
some Web sites. When a cookie arrives at your browser, it generally is saved on your hard drive or in your computer's memory.
When you return to that site later, some stored information is sent back to the site's Web server, along with your request.
A cookie is also a digital "ID tag." It is uniquely yours and can only be read by the server that gave it to you. It can not
read any other part of your files, nor can it be used to send viruses.
What will TourneyTime do with cookies?
- Authenticate accounts and grant access to TourneyTime member section pages.
- Store your preferences so that we can recognize them and personalize the site.
How will a cookie protect you?
only you have access to your account. Authentication information is valid only for a single session and changes each time you begin
a new session. This is a temporary cookie and will expire at the end of each session. We may also send cookies that will store your
web site. We require cookies when using your TourneyTime member account.
How will cookies enhance the TourneyTime site?
By using cookies, our server will know your preferences allowing us to offer you more personalization.
Privacy and cookies on the TourneyTime.com web site.
Your privacy is of the highest priority. We work hard to earn your trust and we will continue to do so. No other company or Web site
can access your TourneyTime cookie. Furthermore, TourneyTime will use your personal information only to service your account and to
improve the quality of our service. We do not sell your personal information to third parties.
What if I turn cookies off?
You may not be able to log on to your account or use most sections of the TourneyTime member section.
How do I test to see if cookies on enabled on my browser?
Run the TourneyTime Cookie Test to see if your browser will accept cookies.
How do I enable cookies on my browser?
You can order your browser to accept all cookies or you may be able to set your browser to alert you every time a cookie is offered.
Then, your browser will allow you to decide whether to accept them automatically or ask you to grant permission in each instance.
If using Microsoft Internet Explorer v7.x, v8.x:
On the Menu Bar:
If you're using FireFox:
- Choose Tools menu
- Choose Internet Options.
- Click on the Privacy tab.
- Under Settings, move the slider to the bottom to allow all cookies, and then click OK.
If you're using Netscape 6.0 to 7.x:
View FireFox's Cookie Options Page
On the Menu Bar:
- Choose Edit menu
- Choose Preferences.
- On the left, expand the Privacy and Security menu.
- Click Cookies.
- Select Enable All Cookies.