SummaryCookies are small data files which are sent to a user’s computer or mobile phone from a website and are stored on the hard drive of the user’s device. They are helpful because they help to make a website work better for a user.
On Give Me Sport websites users can manage and/or delete cookies as they wish. Information about how to do this is provided in the section How to manage cookies.
About cookiesA cookie is a small amount of data (which often includes a unique identifier) that is sent to a user’s computer or mobile phone from a website and is stored on the hard drive of a device. Each website can send its own cookie to your browser if your browser's preferences allow it. Many websites do this whenever a user visits their website in order to report on website traffic. Your browser only permits a website to access the cookies it has already sent to you, not the cookies sent to you by other websites.
Give Me Sport uses a range of analytics tools to collect information about how people use its sites. This helps us make sure sites are meeting users’ needs and to find out how we could improve.
- Analytics cookies store information about what pages people visit, how long they are on the site, how they got there and what they click on. Information supplied by cookies help London 2012 to analyse the profile of visitors and provide them with a better experience.
- Analytics cookies do not collect or store users’ personal information (for example, names or addresses), so this information cannot be used to identify individuals. Give Me Sport does not allow analytics companies to use or share its analytics data.
ii) Profile management
Some Give Me Sport sites allow users to login and retrieve personal information and account details. Some of these sites use a cookie in order to remember account information.
iii) Storing your usability and accessibility settings
Most Give Me Sport websites provide settings that allow you to resize text or view different colour options. If you switch them on, we store the settings in a cookie, so that they apply to each page you look at.
iv) Serving advertisements
Third-party cookiesThird-party cookies are not set directly by Give Me Sport, but by third-party service or functionality providers.
Give Me Sport uses a number of suppliers who set cookies on Give Me Sport websites in order to deliver the services that they are providing (for example, website analytics or advertising).
In addition, many Give Me Sport websites carry embedded ‘share’ buttons to enable users of the site to easily share articles with their friends through popular social networks. These sites may set a cookie when you are also logged in to their service.
Give Me Sport does not control the dissemination of these cookies. For more information about the cookies used by these suppliers, including how to opt-out, view their individual privacy policies listed below.
CookiesInfo - User saw cookies policy information banner on the top of page - 10 years
ASP.NET_SessionId - This cookie is used for .NET sessions. - End of session
.ASPXFORMSAUTH - This cookie is used for .NET sessions. - 1 year
CMSPreferredUICulture - User interface preferred culture settings - 1 year
CMSPreferredCulture - Current session preferred culture settings - 1 year
EditorialStatGuid - Editorial unique views counter identificator - End of session
ViewMode - site technical setting for administrating - End of session
VisitorStatus - User global first or second visit flag - 1 year
CurrentVisitStatus - User today first or second visit flag - 1 day
__gads - Goodle Ads system site identificator - 2 years
__utmz - A Google Analytics cookie which tracks where the visitor came from, what search engine was used, what link was clicked on, what keywords were used, and where in the world the site was accessed from. - 6 month
__utma - A Google Analytics cookie which keeps track of the number of times a visitor has been to the site, when their first visit was, and when their last visit occurred. - 2 years
__utmc - A Google Analytics cookie which creates a timestamp of the exact moment when a visitor leaves the site. - End of session
__utmv - Used for reporting in Google Analytics classifying the visitor. - End of session
__utmb - A Google Analytics cookie which creates a timestamp of the exact moment when a visitor enters a site. - End of session
presence - unknown - End of session
p - unknown - End of session
xs - unknown - End of session
s - unknown - End of session
lu - unknown - End of session
datr - unknown - End of session
c_user - logged user fb id - End of session
sp3dtag - unknown - 10 years
_drt_ - unknown - 1 day
id - site identificator - 2years
PHPSESSID - session id - End of session
UIDR - unknown - 2 years
UID - unknown - 2 years
__spcv - site identificator - forever