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Cookies Policy

The "Accept Cookies" dialogue is in the red band which always shows at the top of this page. From 25 May, 2012 the dialogue will show on the first page opened, but not on subsequent pages.

What is a Cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.

Tracking Cookies are cookies used to trace your passage through the website - the entry page, pages visited, the exit page and how long you spent on each page. Some tracking cookies are used to trace your progress through the internet - these are third party cookies placed by, for example, advertising agencies such as DoubleClick.

This site uses Google Analytics which places tracking cookies. The information gathered on this site (by Google Analytics) is anonymous and summarised for RxS Enterprises.

Why is the "Accept Cookies" dialogue needed?

The European Union has introduced regulations regarding privacy and tracking cookies used in websites. These regulations become law in United Kingdom on 25 May 2012. In line with these new regulations you are asked to choose whether to allow the use of tracking cookies (as described above and below) or to leave the site.

More Information: (UK) Information Comissioner's Office


The only tracking cookies used on this site are those from Google Analytics (a description of all the cookies used can be seen below.)

Note:

  • The "Accept Cookies" dialogue only applies to cookies used on this website.
  • Information regarding the expiry of Google Analytics cookies was obtained from the FireFox 4 Developer Toolbar feature.

Cookie List

Session Cookies

All session cookies expire at the end of the current session (when the browser is closed or 20 minutes after the last page on this site is opened or refreshed in any way). Session cookies are usually stored in memory.

Cookie Name Set, or used by: Used for
UID d176demo.aspx Carries country code to all required pages
bolAuthenticated Search Demonstration "User is Authenticated" indicator
userid Protected Page demonstration Used for login demonstration
redirect Protected Page demonstration Used for login demonstration
CookieAccept Every Page Hides "Accept Cookies" panel
ismobile Every Page Set to indicate whether the browser is on a mobile device or desktop PC. This is used to determine the display of some pages - for example: whether to use a grid (spread sheet) style or a multi-line list.
httpbl Every Page Stores results from Project Honeypot black list.
     

Persistent Cookies

Persistent cookies expire when they are programmed to expire. The expiry date/time is normally updated whenever they are read by the server. These cookies are stored on the hard disc.

Cookie Name Set, or used by Used for Expires After
__utma Every Page Tracking by Google Analytics At end of session
__utmb Every Page Tracking by Google Analytics At end of session
__utmz Every Page Tracking by Google Analytics At end of session
__utmc Every Page Tracking by Google Analytics At end of session
winsize Every Page Stores width of browser portal. This is used to determine the display of some pages - for example: whether to use a grid (spread sheet) style or a multi-line list. At end of session
ASP.NET_sessionId Every Page designates current asp.NET session At end of session
_ASPXFORMSAUTH login.aspx confirms login when using asp.NET membership At end of session
_ASPXROLES login.aspx Confirms user Role when using asp.NET Membership At end of session

Cookies associated with this page are:

Persistent Cookies

Cookie name = ASP.NET_SessionId
Cookie value = kan1j55nkt0y2k1enrhiwoh2
Cookie expires = 12:00:00 AM

Session Cookies

Session Name = httpbl
Session Value = 35.175.182.106