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What are cookies and how do we use them?

Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information, which your computer or mobile device downloads when you visit a website. When you return to websites – or visit websites that use the same cookies – they recognise these cookies and therefore your browsing device. Cookies can also help ensure marketing you see online is more relevant to you and your interests. You can learn about the cookies we use and how to manage them below.

Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually refuse or selectively accept cookies, by adjusting the preferences in your browser. If you turn cookies off, there may be some features of our site that will not be available to you and some web pages may not display properly.

You can find more information about managing cookies at All About Cookies.org.

What cookies do we use?

Our cookie list is intended to provide you with an understanding of the nature of the cookies used on our sites. This information may be updated from time to time. It was correct as of 16th February 2015:

Bing Maps

  • Bing maps cookies are used to allow the use of Bing maps on our websites:

Name

Persistent?

Expires

Information

Party

_FS

No

 

Bing Maps

3rd

_SS

No

 

Bing Maps

3rd

SRCHD

Yes

2017-02-03

Bing Maps

3rd

SRCHUID

Yes

2017-02-03

Bing Maps

3rd

SRCHUSR

Yes

2017-02-03

Bing Maps

3rd

_EDGE_S

No

 

Bing Maps

3rd

_EDGE_V

Yes

2017-02-03

Bing Maps

3rd

MUID

Yes

2017-02-03

Bing Maps

3rd

MUIDB

Yes

2017-02-03

Bing Maps

3rd

Document Capture

  • The bluesource “Document Capture” cookie is a simple yes/no cookie that indicates that a visitor has filled out a form so that a download can proceed from the website:

Name

Persistent?

Expires

Information

Party

BSDocCapture

No

 

Document Capture

1st

  • Document Capture does not track or store any personal information.

Google Analytics

  • Google Analytics is a simple, easy-to-use tool that helps website owners measure how users interact with website content. As a user navigates between web pages, Google Analytics provides website owners JavaScript tags (libraries) to record information about the page a user has seen, for example the URL of the page. The Google Analytics JavaScript libraries useHTTP Cookies to “remember” what a user has done on previous pages / interactions with the website:

Name

Persistent?

Expires

Information

Party

__utma

Yes

2017-02-03

Google Analytics

1st

__utmb

Yes

2015-02-04

Google Analytics

1st

__utmc

No

 

Google Analytics

1st

__utmz

Yes

2015-08-05

Google Analytics

1st

__utmt

Yes

2015-02-04

Google Analytics

1st

Marketo

  • Marketo this is a cookie which tracks website activity for our Marketo marketing automation tool (i.e., pages visited, links clicked, documents downloaded, etc.):

Name

Persistent?

Expires

Information

Party

_mkto_trk

Yes

2017-02-03

Marketo

1st

  • Munchkin tracking code helps track visits to our web sites and to cookie anonymous leads for most or all of the pages on our websites. Visits to the page are recorded for existing leads, and a visit to the page by a non-cookied user will cause a new cookie to be created and stored, and a new anonymous lead to be created in our Marketo software.
  • Click here for a developers overview of the lead tracking (Munckina) cookie

YouTube

  • YouTube cookies are used when any YouTube videos are imbedded in our websites. These store user preferences when viewing pages containing embedded video content:

Name

Persistent?

Expires

Information

Party

VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE

Yes

2015-10-05

YouTube

3rd

YSC

No

 

YouTube

3rd

GEUP

Yes

2017-02-03

YouTube

3rd

PREF

Yes

2015-10-05

YouTube

3rd

remote_sid

No

 

YouTube

3rd