The National Library of Wales websites does not capture or store any personal information about our visitors except where explicitly noted.
The National Library of Wales will not use the information collected in order to attempt to identify its online users, nor allow a third party to do so.
Some of The National Library of Wales' services collect IP addresses in order to improve services. We collect IP addresses when compiling web usage statistics.
The National Library of Wales will not make any attempt - nor allow a third party to link IP addresses with information that would identify individuals.
We are continually trying to develop and improve our website, and, in order to do this, we sometimes place small amounts of data on your computer. This data is called a ‘cookie’, and is standard practice on most organisations' websites.
Cookies are used for many reasons, for example:
Cookies are used across most of our websites, but we do not use these to try and identify our users. You can manage or delete cookies as you wish. For further information visit AboutCookies.org
The National Library of Wales (NLW) uses Google Analytics on its websites in order to collect statistical information to form reports on how users use our websites, which will in turn inform our future developments. This information is collected through ‘cookies’, which are text files that are placed on your computer to collect standard anonymous internet log information (including IP address) – which is then sent to Google. More information on the cookies used by Google Analytics is available on the Google website. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.
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