|Advertising - Facebook||30 days||We use Facebook technologies such as the Facebook Pixel to show you interest-based marketing content. Data collected by the Facebook Pixel may also be anonymised and used in aggregate to help improve the quality and effectiveness of our websites and marketing efforts. You can find out more about Facebook Advertising and manage your Facebook Advertising settings or opt-out of Facebook interest-based advertising at https://www.facebook.com/ads/about/|
|Google Analytics – Campaign||Site Analytics - Google Analytics||current time + cookieExpires. If nothing is set default time is 2 years.||Stores randomly generated campaigns and ids.|
|Google Analytics – ID||Site Analytics - Google Analytics||current time + cookieExpires. If nothing is set default time is 2 years.||Helps Google identify a unique user. This cookie stories the Client ID, a unique random ID that gets stored in the browser so Google can associate other visits by the same user. More information can be found here.|
|Google analytics – Source||Site Analytics - Google Analytics||6 months||Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached your site, for example if someone clicked on a social media post or a link from another site. This is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.|
|Google Analytics – Timestamp||Site Analytics - Google Analytics||Session||This cookie takes a timestamp when a user leaves the site and is used to help define a session in Google Analytics, and is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. Historically used in conjunction with _utmb.|
|Hotjar||Site Analytics - HotJar||1 year||Hotjar cookie. This session cookie is set to let Hotjar know whether that visitor is included in the sample which is used to generate funnels.|
|WordPress – interface||WordPress||1 year||These cookies are related to how the user sees the interface on the site, i.e the admin part of the site and the front facing.|
|WordPress – Users||WordPress||When the browser session ends.||Indicates if a user is logged in and determine who you are.|
|WordPress Test Cookie||WordPress||Deleted when you close your web browser||On wordpress sites. This cookie is used by Wordpress to check if your web browser allows cookies or not.|
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