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GP Computer Support Scotland currently uses the following cookies on this website.
An essential part of the WordPress software that powers this site. This cookie is a reference to a unique session ID set by this website’s code (PHP) for a current browsing session. No personal data is stored in it. The session is ended when a user’s browser is closed.
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The contact form on this site does not store information in cookies. The contact form sends information to the site owner via WordPress’ built-in email.
Cookies can also be managed and, to a certain extent, blocked by settings within the Web browser you are using. The capabilities to manage and block cookies varies with the browser used and by any browser add-ins.
GP Computer Support Scotland only holds contact information supplied by clients for it’s sole use for billing and direct marketing.
If you do not want your name and address to be held by us then request deletion via our contact form on the site. Your information is held in a Google address book password protected with a strong password and only accessible by me Gary Paxton.