We want to establish evidence-based, rights-preserving conversations with our audiences, and to develop trust through trustworthy practices.
We will always state clearly why we are collecting personal data, what we will do with it and how long we will keep it.
The Ada Lovelace Institute website doesn’t have a cookie notice, because we don’t collect or share personal information about you.
We use only the minimum necessary cookies to make our site work, and to enable sharing on platforms like Twitter, YouTube and Google. We have no control over the tracking technologies used by these sites and services.
You can disable all cookies by changing your own browser settings, though this may change how the website works.
For more information about how we are documenting our experiences and learning to evolve an established best practice about using online tools and data, see Digital best practice.