Can someone please explain the various settings found under the 'We Use Cookie' window that continually pops up for me when I am on the TalkTalk.co. uk web page?
The reason I ask is appart from the annoyance of this page I do not understand the various settings offered. I did start to look at something and up popped a page 'net.inforcecompany.bg which was written in what appeared to me as likley Russian?
Here's the advice article: Providing your consent for cookie usage
Your browser will need to accept cookies and retain cookies or the 'cookie consent' screen will reappear. If you have cookie blockers as part of additional software then they'll also need to have exclusions for talktalk.co.uk.
Privacy Manager and consent for cookies:
In essence the customer has to be asked for consent to store cookies as part of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Accept none means "I don't want any of your advertising/tracking cookies stored". Accept all means "I do want your advertising/tracking cookies stored". Privacy Settings allows you to review and set your preferences section by section according to the purpose and use made of cookies before pressing Save and Exit.
The default is always Accept none. But the browser still must accept and retain the Privacy Manager cookie that stores your preferences including that you do not want advertising/tracking cookies stored.
A very comprehensive answer and as a result I think I have now sorted my requirements. I say think because I did find the whole subject quite complicated but I saved my setting and made sure my Browser cookie setting are correctly set to allow cookies.