What are cookies?
A cookie is a small, often encrypted text file, located in browser directories (they can also be known as browser cookies or tracking cookies). They are placed on the computer or other device by the website that is being viewed in order to improve the ease of access to and use of that site.
These are cookies you might come across on our website:
- Analytical cookies When you visit our website, as well as HubSpot cookies, we set Google Analytics cookies which help measure the number of visitors to the site, see how they navigate and which areas they access. We also use Hotjar cookies, which records and stores anonymised data and helps us understand how our users interact with our site, how much time they spend on pages, what they interact with, device profile and geographic location. For more information please see the Hotjar documentation.
We use this information to help us to develop new content and to improve the way our website works. These cookies are optional, and they can be blocked.
- Functionality cookies Ever wondered how websites remember your language, where you’re from or maybe even your name? This is down to functionality cookies that help our website remember who you are. We don’t really use these cookies often on our website, but they can be useful for creating a more personalised experience. Again, these can be blocked.
- Targeting cookie These are commonly used for advertising purposes. We don’t really use them here at Law 365; however, these are the reasons you might see Ads on Facebook for holiday homes when you’ve just been on EasyJet.com searching for Portugal flights!
- Third-Party cookies- Other third‑party sites which are linked to and can be accessed from our site such as You Tube, Twitter and LinkedIn also set a variety of cookies over which we have no control.
You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:
To deactivate the use of third‑party advertising cookies, you may visit the relevant consumer page to manage the use of these types of cookies.
If you want to prevent Google Analytics cookies being set, you may install the Google Analytics Opt-Out Browser Add-On.
You can block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. Alternatively, you can adjust your cookie preferences for our website by clicking above. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our website.