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Cookie Policy

Cookies: 

By using the Citizens Advice Brent website you are confirming that you are happy to accept our use of cookies. Here you can find out more about how we use them.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small, harmless files placed on your computer’s hard drive or in your browser memory when you visit a website.

What do cookies do?

Cookies help to make the interaction between users and websites faster and easier. For example, they can remember your preferences for selected text resizing style, contrasts and even language selection. What cookies don’t do is store any personal or confidential information about you.

Are cookies safe?

Yes, cookies are harmless text files. They can’t look into your computer or read any personal information or other material on your hard drive. Cookies can’t carry viruses or install anything harmful on your computer.

We use track aspects of user visits, including the length of a user’s visit, their browser, geographic location and the use of the search facility on this website.  Below is a list of the cookies we use:

Cookie category Cookie owners Purpose
Website visit information Google Analytics

Yoast SEO

Google Analytics and Yoast SEO uses cookies to help us to track which pages are accessed. This allows us to understand how popular our site is and record visitor trends over time. The cookies contain no personally identifiable information but some of them do use your IP address to help determine where in the world you are accessing the site from and to track pages you visit within the site.
Social media Facebook
Twitter
Enables users to share our webpages across Facebook and Twitter.
E-privacy Citizens Advice Brent To help our site remember not to re-show the cookie message once a visitor has clicked ‘Don’t show this message again’. The cookie is currently set for 12 months, after which the message will reappear.
Turns the cookie message off when a visitor clicks through to another Citizens Advice Brent page. If a visitor closes their browser session and then returns to the site, the message will reappear.

For more information on Google Analytics tracking: http://code.google.com/apis/analytics/docs/concepts/gaConceptsCookies.html

How you can manage or delete cookies

If you don’t want to receive cookies, you can change settings in your web browser so that your browser tells you when cookies are sent to it or you can refuse cookies altogether. You can also delete cookies that have already been set.

If you wish to restrict or block web browser cookies, the Help function within your browser should tell you how. Alternatively, these sites can provide more information on how to do this: