The use of “Cookies” is a standard practice among websites. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer to uniquely distinguish your visit to a website. Cookies are most often used to track specific information regarding your activity on a particular website.

When you visit our Websites and/or Services, we place a cookie in a directory on your computer’s hard drive. The information that cookies collect includes the date and time of your visit and your registration information. Cookies offer you many conveniences for our Websites and Services. For example, they allow Trading with David to recognize certain information, such as your browser type, so we know if you can view certain plug-ins like Macromedia Flash files. They also allow us to streamline your visit to the Websites and/or Services based on your previous visits.

Cookies may be either permanent or temporary. Trading with David uses both temporary and permanent cookies. A temporary or “session” cookie is placed on your computer during your visit to or use of any of our Websites and/or Services and is deleted when you exit your Internet browser and/or turn off your computer. A permanent or “persistent” cookie means that the cookie stays on your hard drive until you delete it.

You can delete our permanent cookie at any time by following the instructions contained in your browser’s help file, or by contacting the company providing your browser’s technical support. Trading with David does not use cookies to store information such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, or any other highly sensitive personal information.

You may configure your browser to accept or deny cookies from our websites and our services. However, disabling or denying cookies from our websites and/or our services may render parts of them inaccessible or may cause certain web pages not to properly load. There are also several services and websites which allow you to visit websites, including our websites, anonymously. Again, if you use these anonymizing services or websites, you may not be able to access or use all of the web pages for the websites and/or the services.