Cookies are small text files placed on your computer by websites so that they can remember information about you. They can range from essential ones which remember that you're logged in, to less desirable ones which track you from website to website in order to study your browsing behaviour and to serve you advertisements.
The only cookies that we place on your computer are essential ones, necessary for our website to function. Below is a list of the ones that we use, why we use them and how long they are stored for.
|countryness_session||A random unique string of letters and numbers||This remembers that you're logged into our website.||The cookie is deleted when you close your web browser|
|XSRF-TOKEN||A random unique string of letters and numbers||This remembers your XSRF token which helps to secure any forms that you submit on our website.||The cookie is deleted when you close your web browser|
|remember_web_*||A random unique string of letters and numbers||If you select "Remember Me" when logging in, this remembers that you'd like to stay logged into our website, even after closing your web browser.||Five years|
|cookie_banner||A binary value of 1||This remembers that you closed the cookie banner, so that it doesn't show on every page.||One year|
|cookie_language||A country code in ISO 15897 format||This remembers your language so that you can understand the text on the pages.||One year|
|cookie_app||A binary value of 1||This remembers that you closed the app installation process, so that it doesn't show on every page.||7 days|
We also use carefully selected third-party services which are compliant with global data laws including the GDPR. Similar to ours, these cookies are essential for their services to work and are not for tracking.
|INGRESSCOOKIE||A random unique string of letters and numbers||This cookie is set by hCaptcha.com and remembers that you passed their human verification checks when submitting a form.||30 days|
Last modified: 21 August, 2022