What are Cookies?
Websites collect basic information on their users. To do this, small text files are created for the site called Cookies. These files remain on the user's computer and allow us to recognise them on subsequent visits and authorise other websites to recognise the user for a specific purpose.
Cookies remember your site preferences and User ID. Information collected by Cookies is classed as Personal Data.
We collect a number of Cookies from our users, but the main use is a session Cookie which allows the user to register and have a constant session when using the application, which allows a better user experience when adding their content to the site.
How do I control my Cookies?
Any preferences will be lost should you delete all your Cookies via your browser.
|ASP.Net_SessionId||This cookie allows the platform to identify you and your browser as a single connection to the system. This allows the platform to ensure that your requests and data are connected to your account as you traverse the application.||Session only|
|__RequestVerificationToken||Fraud protection cookie used to validate requests between you and the platform||Session only|
|.AspNet.ApplicationCookie||This cookie allows the application to identify you and your account after login as well as storing state and preferences for the duration of the session||Session only|
Optional/3rd Party Cookies
There an no optional or 3rd party cookies.