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myroyalmail.com – Cookies Audit
This document lists the cookies that are set on the myroyalmail website and are classified based on the ICO cookie classification as outlined above.
Classification: Strictly necessary
|The session ID||Immediately|
|has_js||End of session|
|adaptive_image||End of session|
The following four cookies are set by google analytics to track visits to the site.
|__utma||Now + 2 years|
|__utmb||Now + 30 minutes|
|__utmc||End of session|
|__utmz||Now + 6 months|
These cookies are set by the “Add This” toolbar and are used by the sharing toolbar.
|psc||Now +2 years|
|uid||Now +2 years|
|uit||Now +1 day|
|uvc||Now +2 years|
|__atuvc||Now +2 years|
The following cookies are set from the facebook like button.
|act||end of session|
|c_user||end of session|
|csm||end of session|
|datr||Now + 2 years|
|fr||Now + 2 days|
|p||end of session|
|presence||end of session|
|s||end of session|
|sub||end of session|
|xs||end of session|
The following cookies are set from the google +1 button.
|NID||Now + 1 year|
|PREF||Now + 2 years|
The following cookies are set from the twitter share button.
|__utma||Now + 2 years|
|__utmb||Now + 1 year|
|__utmc||End Of Session|
|__utmz||Now + 1 years|
|_twitter_sess||End Of Session|
|auth_token||End Of Session|
|guest_id||Now + 2 years|
|k||Now + 1 week|
|remember_checked||Now + 20 years|
|secure_session||End Of Session|
|twid||End Of Session|
|twll||Now + 10 years|
|h||Now + 1 year|
|js||Now + 2 days|
|lang||End Of Session|
|original_referer||End Of Session|