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Information we collect
Some information we collect is required by the site in 'session cookies'. These simply contain a long string of numbers and letters and correspond uniquely to each user. This allows the site to track the visitor around the site and keep a record of any choices that user has made. If some form of tracking were not possible on web sites it would not be possible to, for example, add products to shopping baskets, stay logged in to a web site or hide the cookies message from users who have agreed.
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Types of cookie
The 2 types of cookie you will encounter on our web site are:
- First party cookies: These are cookies created by the site itself and are used for the purposes mentioned above.
- Third party cookies: We use some third party services, which are detailed below, and allow us to provide a richer experience for our users as well as analysing site usage in order to improve the overall experience.
Third party services used on this web site
The following table contains information on the cookies used on this web site, where the cookie originates, and a link to the privacy statement for any given third party involved in that cookie.
|Provider||Possible cookie name(s)||Purpose of service||More info|
|All Things Training||has_js, SESS [id], cookie-agreed||Used to provide functionality on our web site||This page|
|AddThis||atgotcode, uvc, ssh, sshs, loc, ssc, bt, __atuvc, uit, di, dt, uid, uvc, psc||Used to allow users to quickly and easily add links to pages on our site to sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and to track those links||http://www.addthis.com/privacy/|
|datr, lu||Used to stream content from or to Facebook||https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/|
|twll, activity_modal_dismissed, js, k, __utma, __utmb, __utmz, __utmv, external_referer, lang, twid, _twitter_sess||Used to show our recent 'Tweets'||https://twitter.com/privacy/|
|BBC content streaming||BBC-UID, s1, ed, BGUID, ckns_policy, pulse, BBCPGstat, BBCLiveStatsClick, s_cc, s_vnum, s_ev49, s_sv_sid, _em_vt, _em_v, _em_hl, rsi_segs, s_invisit, undefined_s, tr_pr1, s_nr, c, s_ev48, s_sq||Used to stream content from the BBC's web site||http://www.bbc.co.uk/privacy/|
|Google Analytics||_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz||Used to track visitors on the site, which pages they visit, which pages they come from etc||http://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/policies/privacy/|
|Mailchimp||Used to allow users to sign up to our mailing list(s)||No cookies used, but please see section below.|
|Soundcloud||xtvrn, __qca, __utmx, __utmxx, xtan, xtant, auth_token, qu, qp, qs, qc, qn, qg, qt, u, p, l, c, t, a, r, o, v, i, _soundcloud_session, __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz, __utmv, xtan, xtant||Used to allow users to stream audio content from our Soundcloud page||http://soundcloud.com/pages/privacy/|
|Youtube||demographics, __qca, __ar_v4, ebNewBandWidth_, LOGIN_INFO, __utma, __utmz, HSID, SSID, APISID, SAPISID, hideChannelPromo, use_hitbox, wide, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, nFXV5.resume, dkv, PREF, ACTIVITY, SID||Used to stream video content directly from Youtube||http://www.google.co.uk/intl/en/policies/privacy/|
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