What is a Cookie?
A cookie identifies your computer to a server that then enables information to be stored on the hard drive of your computer. Cookies allow a computer to be identified as corresponding to one that has accessed another website or visited a website previously. Cookies are commonly used on the Internet and do not harm your computer system.
What Cookies do we use?
There are two main types of cookies we use:-
Session Cookies – these only exist for the duration of your visit to our website and are deleted when you leave the Website.
Persistent Cookies – these stay on your computer until they expire or are deleted.
Details of the cookies we currently use on our website are shown below:-
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In addition to this, if you use any Minster Law mobile applications to access your claim information, these applications capture information such as your IP address, gender, browser type and device type. We capture this information as part of our data security measure, but also to ensure that we can ensure that we test our applications to cover all browsers/ devices being used, and so that we can pinpoint user interface errors. More information about how we use your data can be found within our Privacy Notice.
How can I stop cookies and what effect will this have?
You can stop cookies from being deployed on your computer by configuring your browser not to accept them or opt-out. Please refer to your browser’s ‘help’ facility.
If cookies are already on your system, you can delete them – For more information on cookies and deletion of cookies please visit: www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/
Please be aware that restricting or deleting certain cookies can result in difficulties when navigating around websites.