What Are Cookies?
Cookies are a small file that websites will store on your computer (or other devices) in order to improve your user experience and allow them to analysis your activities (usually anonymously).
We use a few different types of cookies; Session, Persistent & Flash.
Currently we only use these cookies in order to provide those uploading with a loading bar or to log your method of finding our site. Our analytical software provided by Google uses session cookies in order to assess your activities during a visit and how long you've been here for.
In order to improve your experience we use these cookies to keep you logged into your profile so you do not have to keep entering your login details. They are also used in order to remember how many times you've visited the site and other profile related data that is used anonymously for analytical purposes. Google Analytics uses them to allow us to analysis your visit anonymously so we can improve the user experience, for this to happen Google also sets persistent cookies.
For the flash chatroom to operate properly we require cookies to work. These help store information on your preferences set within the chatroom. Our video player also stores cookies to benefit your viewing experience.
Should you want to find the cookies which we use then the following cookie names should be looked for: JSESSIONID, rpetkn, _utma, _utmc, _utmv, _utmx, _utmxx, _utmz, _utmzori, _jsuid, ccbillaff, nats, nats_sess.
For more details on cookies and how you can disable them you can visit www.aboutcookies.org