Web Browser Cookies
What cookies can't do
Think of a cookie as a unique tag that you get when you walk into a shop. When you return to that shop another time, you display that tag. Fairly harmless.
Cookies can NOT, by themselves, reveal any personal details about you or your computer's setup. Cookies do not contain executable code and cannot be used for infecting your computer with a virus. Cookies cannot tell if more than one person is using the computer to access a web site, unless they are using personal profiles with separate cookie databases. If you delete the cookies database, uninstall your browser, or use a different browser to access the site, no cookie will be available to send to the web site, and a new cookie will be assigned.
Currently this site just logs cookie data associated with visits to www.rowan.sensation.net.au, however I felt I should create this page in case your browser starts mentioning anything about cookies when you access this site.
For more information, see the Netscape cookie specification.