Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. Cookies help us to identify you when you visit our website, which enables us to correctly load any preferences you may have previously stored, or automatically log you into your account.
Cookies also enable us to analyse your usage of our website, so that we can generate statistical data to help us improve your experience. All data collected with the aid of these 'tracking cookies' is completely anonymous.
The below table details the cookies we use and their purposes.
|User session||typedcms_session||In order to recognise you as an individual user, distinct from any other, we store a unique session ID for you.|
|Cross-site request forgery token||XSRF-TOKEN||In order to protect users from cross-site request forgeries we use a unique, frequently updated, token.|
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Updated 26th of July, 2021