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A cookie is a piece of data stored on your computer, mobile phone or tablet when you visit a website. It's stored within your website browser, and then subsequently sent back to the same website by your browser. The cookie helps the website to recognise your specific browser and computer when you return.
Cookies on the Law Commission website are first-party cookies. First-party cookies only ever send information back to the site that they came from.
Cookies on the Law Commission website
We use first-party cookies to capture anonymous website usage in Google Analytics giving us data that includes the pages that you visit and the documents that you download, how long you spend on pages and how you found our site. By interpreting this data we can anticipate website traffic usage and improve your website experience in terms of being able to find and use the information on the site.
We use Google Analytics to gain insight into how visitors interact with the site. We use this data to improve and enhance user experience and roll out future changes with new and returning visitors in mind. The information generated by the cookie about your use of our website (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
If you opt out your experience of the site will not change. However, we will be unable to anonymously analyse your use of the website and make appropriate improvements.
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