Cookies

Cookies

This website puts small files, known as ‘cookies’, on to your computer. These files are used:

  • To remember your preferences and permissions
  • To collect information about how you browse the site
  • To enable features from third-party services such as Twitter

You can control these cookies at any time by changing your web browser settings.

Cookies used on this site

Cookies for preferences and permissions

These cookies remember preferences and permissions that you’ve set on previous visits.

Cookie name Purpose Expires after
cookie_notice_
accepted
Tells us that you’ve seen the cookie message and clicked on the OK button so that it is no longer displayed 1 month

Cookies that measure website usage

We use Google Analytics to collect information about how you use this website. Google Analytics information includes:

  • How you came to the site
  • Which pages you visited
  • How long you spent on each page
  • What links you clicked on

We use this information to check that the site is meeting your needs and to help us make improvements.

We do not use Google Analytics to collect or store personal information, such as your name or email address. Google Analytics data cannot be used to identify you.

Google Analytics places the following cookies on your computer:

Cookie name Purpose Expires after
_gid Helps us count how many people visit by tracking if you’ve visited before 24 hours
_ga Helps us count how many people visit by tracking if you’ve visited before 2 years
_gat Manages the rate at which page view requests are made 1 minute

Third-party cookies

This website includes a Twitter ‘widget’. This small piece of code connects to Twitter and displays a feed of Public-i tweets. This widget places its own cookies on your computer. For more information about these third-party cookies, click on the link below:

How you can control cookies

You can control the cookies placed on your computer by changing settings in your web browser. You can use these settings to:

  • block all cookies or third-party cookies only
  • clear all cookies when you close the browser
  • delete all cookies
  • open a ‘private browsing’ or ‘incognito’ session that stores no local data

Instructions on how to do this for the most popular browsers are available below:

Contact us about cookies

If you have any concerns about how cookies are used on this site, you can contact the Public-i Data Protection Officer at privacy@public-i.info.