Information is gathered from clients via several methods which
are detailed below:
What is a Cookie?
Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information
which are downloaded to your device when you visit a website.
Cookies are then sent back to the originating website on each
subsequent visit, or to another website that recognises that
cookie. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to
recognise a user's device.
Cookies do lots of different jobs, like letting you navigate
between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, and
generally improve the user experience.
including but not limited to Google
Analytics, YouTube and AddThis tracking services across the site (see
below), What's On event
booking pages and the Digital Prospectus, where the
data the user has previously entered is stored for a period of time
in the browser. Cookies are also used in some of our associated
microsites, including but not limited to our Online
Shop and Student Self Service online application system.
These cookies are stored in the web browser; most are transient,
meaning they are not stored permanently.
Clear Cookies and
Manage Cookie Preferences
Most web browsers allow you to manage your cookie preferences.
You can normally choose to refuse all cookies or delete certain
cookies. The following links show you how to manage your cookie
preferences for a number of common web browsers:
Google Analytics, YouTube and AddThis Tracking
Trinity Laban uses Google Analytics and other tracking services
(including but not limited to the video-sharing platform YouTube and the
sharing and social data platform AddThis) on its web site to measure and analyse
The information collected automatically from all users by Google
- What time the current visit occurred
- Whether the visitor has been to the site before
- What site referred the visitor to the web page
- Browser type and version, operating system, and platform
- Country, state, and city of computer
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of the data
Google Analytics collects.
Every computer and device connected to the Internet is assigned
a unique number known as an Internet Protocol (IP) address. Since
these numbers are usually assigned in country-based blocks, an IP
address can often be used to identify the country, state, and city
from which a computer is connecting to the Internet. Google
Analytics collects the IP address of website visitors in order to
provide website owners a sense of where in the world their visitors
Forms on Trinity Laban's web site(s) may request users to supply
their personal details, bank details and/or credit card details in
order to receive goods or services, or to make donations. Where
possible and appropriate, such forms operate over secure
connections so that data is safeguarded.
Some forms allow users to register their interest on receiving
regular communication about our activities. This could include
post, email and other forms of communication. The user will not be
sent any such information unless they "opt in" by selecting the
appropriate option on the form. The user may unsubscribe at any
time by using the unsubscribe link within the email or by contacting
By supplying such information the client consents to the
Institution storing the information. Personal information provided
will only be used for the purpose stated and will not be sold,
licensed or traded to third parties.
Personal information collected and/or processed by Trinity Laban
is held in accordance with the provisions of the Data
Protection Act 1998.
Trinity Laban's web server also tracks requests made of it to
centrally held log files, which can contain any or all of the
following types of data:
- Date and time of connection
- File(s) requested, whether the request was successful and the
size of file(s) sent in response
- Referring page (what page the visitor came from), as supplied
by the web browser
- The software used to access the server, as supplied by the
Information gathered is used for server administration, and may
be kept indefinitely. Log files do not contain any personal
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
Faculty of Music
King Charles Court
Old Royal Naval College
London, SE10 9JF
Last updated on Wed 20 Mar 2013 16.28h