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The table below shows the cookies that are used on the Birkbeck Computer Science public website. On our public-facing pages we do not use any cookies that are essential for those pages to operate. You can use various tools to block those cookies if you wish, including adjusting your browser settings or using browser add-ons (such as the Privacy Dashboard Firefox Add-on).
We use Google Analytics to gather information concerning the way in which visitors use our web sites and the pages that they view, to help inform the future development of our sites.
You can opt out of tailored Google ads and/or the DoubleClick cookie using the links shown at the bottom of this page.
|site cookies||wires||end of session||This cookie is set when you visit any of our pages being served from our content management system. It is used to help our server to handle your requests in the most efficient way and is deleted when you quit your browser.|
|analytics cookies||various||long lived||These cookies are used to collect information about how you use our site. We use Google Analytics to compile reports and to help us improve the site.|
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- About cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them
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