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Privacy policy

Purpose of this page

This page sets out information about our collection of personal information, and applies to information we collect about visitors to our website.

Information logged by us about visitors

When somebody visits our website, our web server collects standard internet log information. This information is used to help us to understand how people use our site; which pages are visited most, etc. The information might be used for trouble-shooting, or (usually in aggregated form) to help improved the design and function of the website. Standard information includes:

  • Visitor’s IP address
  • The identity of the user (it is not believed this facility is enabled on the server)
  • The user’s identity if logged in to the server (not the case for an ordinary visitor)
  • Date and time of visit
  • Pages and other resources (eg images or files) requested by the browser and the method used
  • The server’s response to the request (status codes including error codes)
  • The size of the content sent back to the user’s browser
  • The address of the site containing the link which led the user to Chambers’ site
  • The identifying information provided by the user’s browser (usually details about which browser and which version)
  • The information collected does not personally identify anyone, and we don't use it to try to identify anyone.

Cookies

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How to change cookie settings

Web browsers usually allow you to change the way in which most cookies are stored. This is usually done by changing the browser settings. For more information about managing and deleting cookies and changing settings, visit www.aboutcookies.org, or for specific browsers: support.microsoft.com (Internet Explorer), support.mozilla.org (Firefox), support.google.com (Chrome) or support.apple.com (Safari 5.1 OSX Lion).

Ordinary visitors to our website should not (as at the date this site was published) receive any cookies. It is possible that in the future our website might set some or all of the following cookies:

 
If you would like any further information about how we collect or process information, please either email us or write to us at:

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