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The information below is probably only of interest to the technically minded, its mainly here to be open about what cookies we use.
List of cookies this website may set
Here are some of the cookies the form of data they set the names may vary slightly and the content will be of these forms.
If you comment on our site on a blog for example you will get some cookies in this form.
comment_author_0b16bcbefdthe name you entered11 months
comment_author_email_0b16bcbefdthe email you entered11 months
comment_author_url_0b16bcbefdthe website you entered11 months
Tracking visitor numbers and what pages are visited most etc
New style ( you can find out more about google analytics privacy and security policy. If you want to disable these you best off adding a plugin to your browser that will allow you block analytics across all websites.
_gatracking visitors numbers and pagesGA1.X.12345.678902 years
_gatused to throttle request rate.GA1.2.1077225800.145494385610 minutes
Old style these may still exist but should gradually expire
__utmcNot used in ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session/visit.End of Session
From time to time we run advertising campaigns across the internet when we are doing that you may also get cookies set from doubleclick.net they look a bit like this.
So we can thank the person who referred you to us.
aitracking who referred you1 month
Sometimes we use campus to track what interests visitors to the site so we can see what we are doing right when appealing to new customers
cc_cookie_iddGajAG5E7wDVAMYGcgPX4MQjPo7viTU100 years (if cookies still exist then and the nanobots have not eaten them, or us)
Sometimes we use Facebook advertising so we use their tracking system so we can check how effective that is. Do people click the adverts we are paying for.