What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files stored on your computer. They relate to a specific site, and can be used to enhance that site's functionality and your interaction with it; they may also be used for usage tracking, research, targeting, etc.
Cookies may be ‘session’ or ‘persistent’ cookies. Session cookies remain in place until you close your browser. Persistent cookies remain in place until some specified date or indefinitely.
In addition, the Euromod web site also uses Google Analytics, which creates cookies to collect and analyse anonymous data. This helps us understand how our web sites are being used and how to make them better.
What cookies do we use?
The following cookies are created locally on the Euromod web site (http://www.euromod.ac.uk):
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|Drupal.toolbar.collapsed||Used by Drupal (our Content Management System) to store user interface preferences|
In addition, the following cookies are created by linked sites for the purposes of account identification and to collect usage information:
|pid, guest_id, twitter_sess, _utmx, _utmv, _utmt, _utmc, _utmb, __utma|
|datr, reg_fb_gate, reg_rb_ref, c_user, csm, id, locale, aut, sxs, act, fr, lu, p, presence, s, xs|
|_ga, _gid, _gat||Google Analytics|
Where can I find more information about cookies?
For more information about cookies, please see Wikipedia’s HTTP cookie entry.