Web sites use cookies, which are small data structures used by a web site (server) to deliver data to a web client (user), to simulate a continuous connection to that site.

This makes it more convenient for users by allowing them to visit pages within a site without having to reintroduce themselves with each mouse click.

Contrary to popular fears and misconceptions, cookies were not created to spy on or otherwise invade the privacy of Internet users.

Cookies contain only information that users volunteer, and they do not have the capability of infiltrating a user’s hard drive and sneaking away with personal information.

The simple function of a cookie is that of helping the user navigate a web site with as little obstruction as possible.

Cookies can be deleted from your hard drive if you wish. As Argon Events do not use passwords for access etc the cookies automatically sent to your site perform only the functions as described above.