The site uses a tool called Statcounter that allows me to see how many people have clicked on these pages, and know whether someone who came to the site earlier has popped back for a second look. Statcounter pops a cookie into your browser folder. You can empty this folder at any time using 'tools' on your Browser toolbar. We also use Google Analytics which provides a similar function.
And remember, each browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, etc) has its own independent folder, so you need to empty all of them. This does NOT tell me who you are, where you live, or what other pages away from this Website you have visited.
You also need to know that some Internet Service Providers - such as BT Internet - use what they call a 'Dynamic DNS', which means that every time you re-boot your home router and log in afresh, BT allocates you a new IP address, so all that my Internet Service Provider knows - and that I can see - is that you are a customer of British Telecom.
The only time your Web surfing is truly tracked is when you are logged into Google, so if you value your privacy, log out of Google. This is why, as you move about the Web, ads for the last thing you looked at on eBay keep popping up on each new site you visit. It goes without saying that Facebook also knows a lot about what you are doing; your likes, affiliations and friends. I can also deduce from the your 'Likes' (those voting buttons people like me put on their sites to allow Google to assess the popularity of sites for its indexing)
If you want me to know who you are, just drop me an e-mail at JKWallace@btinternet.com and I'll pop you on my e-cast list. I will then be able to tell you about any other new ideas I may have to offer from time-to-time.