A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer by a website. Cookies can contain text and numbers, including for instance dates. A cookie is not a program and it does not contain a virus or similar, damaging codes. The purpose of cookies is for the website to store specific information on the user’s computer so that the website, at a later date, can recognize the user or load the information. The stored information could be login-data, information about previous visits and which parts of the website you have visited.
Cookies can only be loaded by the address (website) from which they were stored. Ordinary cookies, which are stored from the website, will typically be stored from the address that you can see in the browser address line. However, a website may also contain fragments and information loaded from other addresses than the one shown in the browser address line. This could, for instance, be banner ads or analysis tools, but also ordinary contents. In this way, it is possible that the website that you are visiting also stores cookies from other addresses on your computer – so-called third-party cookies.
Some cookies (so-called session cookies) are only stored during the given visit and are deleted when you close the tab or browser. Other cookies (so-called persistent cookies) are stored for a defined period of time and will be deleted on expiry of this period.
In connection with the date of your latest visit: ”Dynamicweb.VisitDate”
“Dynamicweb.VisitDate” is a persistent cookie. It contains information about the date of your latest visit to the website and is used for statistical purposes. The cookie is stored for 1 year and is deleted 1 year after your latest visit to the website.
Google Analytics: __utma - ”__utma” is a persistent cookie.
Google Analytics: __utmb - ”__utmb” is a persistent cookie.
Google Analytics: __utmz - ”__utmz” is a persistent cookie.
Google Analytics does not register personal information about you. Please read more in the Google Analytics privacy document: https://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html
Regardless of which browser you use, you can disable the storage of cookies. For some browsers you can set that this only applies to certain websites. Below please find links to instructions on the most widely used browsers:
You can delete cookies in your browser settings. You will find the help on how to do this either in the browser or on the related websites. Below please find links to instructions on the most widely used browsers: