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To uphold your privacy rights and to ensure that Corston Sinclair is in full compliance with European Regulations (European Communities (Electronic Communications Network & Services) (Privacy and Electronic Communications) Regulations 2011), outlined below is a statement that you need to read. It covers Portwest use of electronic cookies saved on your computer.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are text files which store small pieces of information that are placed on your computer or other device to help the website provide a better user experience.
'Session Cookies' enable a website to 'remember' you for the duration of your visit.
'Persistent Cookies' remain on your device to allow a website 'remember' you for repeat visits to that site. They are sent from the website's servers to your computer or mobile device and stored on your device, and may then be sent back to our website's servers with updated data as you browse the website.
The type of information stored varies, but commonly includes details of certain preferences you have made previously so the site can provide you with more relevant content and details of items you have placed in your shopping basket. They can also be used to keep track of your "session" so you don't have to keep providing the same information during your visit to the site.
1. Session Cookies, are used to store information relating to current orders. It is private to you and to no one else. A Session Cookie will automatically expire after 24 hours, if you place an order it will expire instantly.
You can choose to stop your web browser accepting cookies, and delete all cookies currently stored on your browser. The method for doing this varies depending on the browser you are using; looking under your browser's help menu will give you further details. However, please note that if you choose to disable cookies it may affect your ability to use this website.
- .AspNet.ApplicationCookie: An authentication cookies used for logging in and out.
- __RequestVerificationToken: ASP.NET anti forgery token (prevent CSRF attack). It guarantees that the poster is the one who gets the form.
- .ASPXANONYMOUS: A cookie used by ASP.Net to track anonymous user sessions
- MachineKey: Configures algorithms and keys to use for encryption, decryption, and validation of forms-authentication data and view-state data, and for out-of-process session state identification.
- CustomerSessionGUID – Used to see if customer has existing session. Stores customer ID, last accessed date and if the customers session is expired or now.
- SERVERID – Identifies which web server the user is using. Used for sticky sessions on load balancer.
- CONSENT: Google's user cookie consent
- NID: The NID cookie contains a unique ID Google uses to remember your preferences and other information, such as your preferred language (e.g. English), how many search results you wish to have shown per page (e.g. 10 or 20), and whether or not you wish to have Google’s SafeSearch filter turned on.
- CartId: A guid used to represent Cart Id
- Email: Customer email, for remembering user's choice "Remember Me" at login screen.
- RememberMe: Cokie value (true/false) to remember user's selection for "Remember Me".
- NewRelic - Used to track site performance
- _gid: Google analytics used to dustinguish users.
- _ga – Numerous google analytics features.
- net - Used for advertising (google)