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Pri­vacy Statement

This state­ment relates to our pri­vacy prac­tices in con­nec­tion with this web site. We are not respon­si­ble for the con­tent or pri­vacy prac­tices of other websites.

Gen­eral statement

Lib­erty Grill Restau­rant respects your right to pri­vacy, and will not col­lect any per­sonal infor­ma­tion about you on this web­site with­out your clear permission.

Col­lec­tion and use of per­sonal information

Lib­erty Grill Restau­rant does not col­lect any per­sonal data about you on this web­site, apart from infor­ma­tion which you vol­un­teer (for exam­ple by using our online enquiry form or pur­chas­ing a voucher). Any per­sonal infor­ma­tion which you pro­vide in this way is not made avail­able to any third par­ties, and is used by Lib­erty Grill only in line with the pur­pose for which you pro­vided it. This web­site does not share any per­sonal infor­ma­tion with third parties.

Col­lec­tion and use of tech­ni­cal infor­ma­tion – cookies

Cook­ies are very small text files that are stored on your com­puter when you visit some websites.

We use cook­ies so we can tai­lor your user expe­ri­ence, track your progress through the site, allow you to share pages and, if avail­able, remem­ber that you are logged in.

You can dis­able any cook­ies already stored on your com­puter, but these may stop our web­site from func­tion­ing properly.

Func­tional Cook­ies track the pages you visit via Google Ana­lyt­ics and Stat​Counter​.com

Tar­get­ing Cook­ies allow you to share pages with social net­works such as Face­book and Twit­ter (if avail­able) and allow you to share pages via Add This (if available).