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You can accept or decline cookies when you enter our website and see the cookie notice. You can also refuse or accept cookies on your browser settings, depending on which one you use. Do not track (DNT) is a feature offered by some browsers, with some newer browsers offering it as default. If you enable DNT, a signal is sent to websites to request that your browsing isn’t tracked, for example by third party ad or social networks, or analytic companies. You can also delete any cookies that are already stored on your computer’s hard drive. If you do delete and block all cookies from our website, parts of the site may not work. This is because some of the cookies we use are essential for parts of our website to operate.
You can change your cookie preferences at any time – if you have previously accepted them but now no longer want to, please leave this site immediately and then delete and block all cookies from this site. If you need any support regarding data we hold or cookies, please contact us directly on email@example.com.
The cookies used on this website are set out in the table below, with a description explaining how they are used.
|CookieControl||immikewalsh.com||This cookie is to control the Civic Cookie Banner that is used on the website||3 months|
|wordpress_test_cookie||immikewalsh.com||This cookie is used to check whether your web browser can allow or reject cookies||Session|
|c_user||facebook.com||The c_user cookie contains the user ID of the currently logged in user.||1 year|
|datr||facebook.com||The purpose of the datr cookie is to identify the web browser being used to connect to Facebook independent of the logged in user. This cookie plays a key role in Facebook’s security and site integrity features.||2 years|
|dpr||facebook.com||This is a cookie that has been set by facebook to aid with their functionality.||1 week|
|fr||facebook.com||This is a cookie that has been set by facebook to aid with their functionality.||3 months|
|locale||facebook.com||This cookie contains the display locale of the last logged in user on this browser.||1 week|
|presence||facebook.com||The presence cookie is used to contain the user’s chat state.||1 month|
|sb||facebook.com||To store browser details||2 years|
|spin||facebook.com||This is a cookie that has been set by facebook to aid with their functionality.||1 year|
|usida||facebook.com||This is a cookie that has been set by facebook to aid with their functionality.||Session|
|wd||facebook.com||This cookie stores the browser window dimensions and is used by Facebook to optimise the rendering of the page.||1 week|
|xs||facebook.com||This cookie contains multiple pieces of information, separated by colon (colon is encoded to the value %3A for transmission).|
The first value is an up to two-digit number representing the session number.
The second portion of the value is a session secret.
The third, optional component is a ‘secure’ flag for if the user has enabled the secure browsing feature.