Cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that are downloaded onto your computer when you visit a website. They are used by many websites to make them work, or to help them work more efficiently. They also provide us with information about how you use the website.

Website operators are required by law - specifically the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) - to provide clear and comprehensive information about the use of cookies, and ensure that users have consented to this use.

The GLS website is a large and complex service comprising various sub-sites. Various cookies are in use across the GLS website, with the cookies in use subject to changes as the website develops.

Session cookie

These are created temporarily in your browser’s subfolder while you are visiting the website. Session cookies allow you to proceed from webpage to webpage quickly and easily so you don’t get asked for the same information you’ve already given to the site. The cookie is then automatically deleted when you leave the website.

Persistent cookie

These remain in your browser’s subfolder and are activated again when you re-visit the website. It helps us to remember your information and settings when you visit the website again, resulting in a faster online experience for you.

Functional cookie

These enable additional functionality to improve your experience on the website. For example, recording settings for future visits so as to save users having to repeat making the same choices.

Instagram

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rur

urlgen

Used to enable sharing on social media.

Strictly necessary cookie

These are technically essential to the provision of the Trilleco.com website. For example, some cookies are used to enable secure login to restricted areas

cb-enabled

This cookie is associated with a free script which shows the cookie alert notice on the website. It is used to record when the user has dismissed the notice to prevent it re-appearing on return visits.

Contensis

ASP.NET_SessionId

Used to enable state for interactive services, such as forms, and to enable authorisation to access restricted areas of the website.

JSESSIONID

Used to facilitate authorisation to access restricted areas of the website.

WordPress

PHPSESSID

Used to enable state for interactive services, such as forms, and to enable authorisation to access restricted areas of the website.

 

Performance cookie

These monitor and assess the website and its use. For example, recording visits to reveal how a website is used and which parts are most popular.

Google Analytics

__ga __gat __gid __utma __utmb __utmc __utmt __utmz

Used to monitor usage of the Trilleco.com website. This information allows Trilleco to assess how the Trilleco.com website is used. Anonymous data about usage (e.g. number of visitors, visitors' country, number of times each page is visited) is collected and aggregated to produce website performance reports.

Baidu

HMACCOUNT Hm_lpvt Hm_lvt

Used to monitor usage of the website. This information allows Trilleco to assess how the Trilleco.com website is used.

Google Tag Manager

_dc_gtm

Used to help identify website visitors in Google Analytics by DoubleClick

Bing

_uetsid MUID MUIDB

Used to help identify website visitors. Provided by Microsoft Inc.

Funnelback

user-id

Used to track user search experience across the website.

Advertising/targeting cookies

These use an identification number to monitor personal preferences for the purposes of personalising pages and gathering further information. For example, presenting adverts or promotions for products similar to those previously viewed or purchased.

Facebook Pixel

LinkedIn InsightTag

Google/Doubleclick

Google / Doubleclick

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Used to remember preferences and gather website statistics.

Sharing information via social media platforms

Trilleco websites and applications may have links embedded into pages on various social media platforms. Cookies generated by those sites are outside of the School’s control and may change without notice. When you share a page or link those sites may set cookies on your device or browser and may also make information about you publicly available or stored elsewhere. For more information about privacy and the cookies used by these services, as well as information on how to opt-out, please visit the respective social media platforms.