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Cookies for improving service
Google Analytics sets cookies to help us accurately estimate the number of visitors to the website and volumes of usage. This is to ensure that the website is available when you want it and to help us understand what you want to use.
Typical Content (Expires)
Randomly generated number (2 years)
Randomly generated number (30 minutes)
Randomly generated number (When your browser closes)
Randomly generated number and information on how
the site was reached (e.g. direct or via a link, organic
search or paid search) (6 months)
This cookie is installed by Google Analytics. The cookie is used to calculate visitor, session, campaign data and keep track of site usage for the site's analytics report. The cookies store information anonymously and assign a randomly generated number to identify unique visitors. (2 years)
This cookie is installed by Google Analytics. The cookie is used to store information of how visitors use a website and helps in creating an analytics report of how the website is doing. The data collected including the number visitors, the source where they have come from, and the pages visited in an anonymous form. (1 day)
This is a pattern type cookie set by Google Analytics, where the pattern element on the name contains the unique identity number of the account or website it relates to. It appears to be a variation of the _gat cookie which is used to limit the amount of data recorded by Google on high traffic volume websites. (1 minute)
For further details on the cookies set by Google Analytics, please refer to the Google Code website.