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Cookies used by this website
Technical cookies that do not need your consent
This website uses technical cookies that are strictly required for the website to function, cookies that save your browsing preferences, and technical third-party analytics cookies. More specifically, we use the following cookies:
|Name of cookie||Short description||First or third party (scope of communication)||Expiry||Method of processing||Purpose of technical cookie|
|PHPSESSID||This cookie identifies the user, generating a random unique string used to temporarily store technical session variables (e.g. if the user is logged on or what language they are using on the website)||reggiani.net||Browser session||Anonymous||Technical: to remember temporary session variables|
|qtrans_cookie_test||Generated to make sure it is possible to record cookies during the session||reggiani.net||Browser session||Anonymous||Technical: to make sure it is possible to record cookies during the browser session|
This cookie is used to store a?session identifier?so that New Relic can monitor session counts for an application. The cookie value is generated by Jetty
|The JSESSIONID cookie is associated with the New Relic domain||Browser session||Anonymous||
To monitor session counts for an application
|_utma||Used to distinguish users and sessions. This tracks the user’s visits (number, first visit, last visit)||*Google Analytics||Persistent (no expiry)||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: to distinguish users and sessions|
|_utmb||Used with _utmc to determine the duration of a user’s visit to the website||*Google Analytics||Browser session||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: duration of the session|
|_utmc||Used with _utmb to determine the duration of a user’s visit to the website||*Google Analytics||Browser session||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: duration of the session|
|_utmz||Stores the traffic source and explains how the user reached the site||*Google Analytics||Browser session||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: where the user comes from|
|_ga||This is part of Google Analytics and is used to distinguish users||*Google Analytics||Browser session||Anonymous||Statistical analysis and reporting: to distinguish users|
*? Google Analytics is set as a technical cookie, so it will not track the User’s IP address (IP address anonymization) and data will not be shared with the third party.
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