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You can, if you want to, block the cookies from being saved on your computer. Depending on what browser you are using the way you do this may be different.
If you’re using Internet Explorer, you need to visit Internet Options, select Privacy and change the settings to block all cookies.
If you’re using Google Chrome, you need to visit Settings, then scroll down and select Advanced Settings. Under Privacy select Content Settings and then amend the settings to block cookies.
For other types of browser, you can find how to change cookie settings through a search on any popular search engine.
The software will save a cookie on your computer track and monitor where you visit on the website, what you click on and how long you stay. We use this information to better understand how the website is performing and to help in planning future campaigns.
The cookie will not store, save or collect personal information.
As part of this year’s awareness campaign we’re asking people to share a selfie and a #MyEyesSay message. You can do this by sharing on social media or you can upload your photo via this website. If you do this you need to be aware of the terms and conditions which explain how we will use this information.
If your upload your photo you will need to provide us with your email address. We will use this for verification of account. Your email will be stored on our secure encrypted database. You will not be added to a mailing list and will not receive any further emails from us.
This website uses social media share buttons so that you can share the stories of Gemma, Dave and Vivienne. We’ve added share links for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
If you do decide to share, you do so at your own discretion and should note that the social media platform may track and save your request to share a web page respectively through your social media platform account.
All images of Gemma, Dave and Vivienne are the property of the MND Association and may not be used without permission.