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Lloyds Banking Group is changing its websites to make sure we ask for your consent to use these cookies. It will take some time to update all our systems. Until then, you won’t be able to make your choices on some websites run by companies within our Group. This means you may still see tailored marketing and ads from us during this time, even if you would prefer not to. We will update this cookies policy as soon as the work is complete.
If more than one person uses your device, the choices set up by other people will apply to you as well unless you change them. For example, if you share a computer with your family, you may see ads based on sites they have visited as well as sites you have visited.
Cookies with more than one use
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Managing cookies choices in your browser
You can turn off or delete cookies in your browser. If you do this, it may affect sites that use similar cookies to us.
Cookies choices you set in your browser replace any you set on a single website. For instance, if you run an ad blocker on your browser, you won’t see ads that are tailored to you, even if you have turned on marketing cookies.
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This section explains more about the technologies we use to track emails, why we do this, and how you can stop it. We track emails to help us improve the communications we send. We use small images called pixels within our emails to tell us things like whether you opened the email, how many times and the device you used. We may also set a cookie to find out if you clicked on any links in the email. The image stays in the email but leaves nothing else on your device.
HOW TO STOP EMAIL TRACKING
You can stop this by closing the email before you download any images or click on any links. You can also set your browser or email program to restrict or block our emails. Sometimes your browser or email program setting will automatically accept cookies. For more details on this, you will need to read the instructions for your browser, email program or device.