To make using this site easier, we will sometimes place small data files known as cookies on your computer. Most websites do this.
Cookies can be used to:
You can find out more about cookies and how to view or remove them at allaboutcookies.org.
During normal use, the Cologne & Cotton website uses the following cookies:
|SessionID||Randomly generated string of letters and numbers||To remember your basket even if you have not yet registered||When you close your browser|
|UserGUID||Randomly generated string of letters and numbers||To automatically log you in if you leave and return to the website without first logging out||5 years|
None of the information in these cookies can be used to personally identify you.
In addition, the following cookies will be set to help us to accurately estimate the number of visitors to the website and how the website is used. None of the information in these cookies can be used to personally identify anybody and are entirely anonymous. These cookies are set by Google Analytics, which you can read more about on the Google Code website.
|__utma||Randomly generated number||2 years|
|__utmb||Randomly generated number||30 minutes|
|__utmc||Randomly generated number||When you close your browser|
|__utmv||Randomly generated number||2 years|
|__utmx||Randomly generated number||2 years|
|__utmxx||Randomly generated number||2 years|
|__utmz||Randomly generated number and information on how you arrived at our website (link, direct, search result, etc)||6 months|
Google uses other cookies to provide personalised services to people who have an active Google account. These cookies may be used in conjunction with the Analytics cookies mentioned above for demographic analysis and to personalise the pages you use on google.com, e.g. Google Maps. These include:
|SID, HSID, APISID||Randomly generated number||Used as your unique identification for services provided by Google.||10 years|
|SS, SSID, SAPISID||Randomly generated number||As above, but for secure (https) connections.||10 years|
|PREF||Randomly generated number||Used to protect you from malware and phishing attacks and maintain language preferences on Google websites.||10 years|
|NID, SNID||Randomly generated number||Stores preferences referring to a particular website.||10 years|
|datr||Randomly generated string of letters and numbers||A Facebook cookie that monitors your Facebook account for suspicious behaviour such as failed login attempts or attempts to create spam accounts.||2 years|
|lu||Randomly generated string of letters and numbers||A Facebook cookie that is used to identify public computers where users are logging into Facebook using the same browser. This identification helps to provide more secure login features to Facebook users using public computers.||2 years|
|c_user||Sequentially generated number||Facebook user ID||30 days|
|s||Randomly generated string of letters and numbers||Represents a secure Facebook connection||30 days|
|xs||Randomly generated string of letters, numbers and punctuation||Facebook session ID||30 days|
|guest_id||Randomly generated string of letters, numbers and punctuation||Allocates you a guest identity with Twitter if you are not logged in||2 years|
|auth_token_session||"true" or "false"||Whether or not you are logged in to Twitter||20 years|
|secure_session||"true" or "false"||Records whether your connection to Twitter is secure (https)||20 years|
|twll||Randomly generated string of letters, numbers and punctuation||Twitter session ID||10 years|
|k||IP address and randomly generated number||Records IP addresses of computers viewing the Twitter feed||7 days|
Twitter and TrustPilot also use the Google Analytics cookies __utma, __utmv and __utmz as described earlier in order to collect and analyse anonymous data about usage of their features.