The aim of this cookie list is to help you recognise the cookies placed on your browser when you visit our websites or see adverts for us elsewhere.
We have tried to list all the cookies, which we, or our technology partners use, but sometimes there may be a short delay in updating this list. If you think we’ve missed any, or any that should be listed, please feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to investigate and list.
utma, utmb, utmc, utmz
These cookies allow Google Analytics to track the usage of the site.
uid, di, dt, loc, psc, uid, uit, uvc
AddThis, one of our technology partners, uses these cookies. They track which of the social networking options you use (email a friend, send to Facebook etc.) This information is only collected in aggregate form so we can tell which are the most popular tools.
loc – This is a geo-location cookie, so we know approximately where people sharing information are located
uid/uit – User id and login time tracking
psc – View counter cookie
di/dt – Date tracking cookies for determining expiration of other cookies
This cookie is a ‘session cookie’ and tells us that you are actively using our site. This way we can always know, at any given time, how many users we have visiting.
Get Clicky sets the “_jsuid” cookie, which allows Get Clicky to create traffic report for use only within GSMA (example: usage profile). More information can be found in the Get Clicky Privacy terms.
This cookie is set by Eloqua as part of the traffic analysis used in a similar vein to Google Analytics and Get Clicky. This is used internally within GSMA
This is a GSMA set cookie to remember the users choice of theme (black or white background) for return visits.
This cookie checks to see if your browser can accept cookies. If it is set to reject all cookies, this cookie will let us know so we can send you an error message to let you know that our website cannot function properly without enabling cookies.
This ADTECH cookie allows the ad server to check if you accept cookies
This ADTECH cookie is the ad server’s anonymous unique user ID, used for example to control the number of ads seen by a user.
When collecting or storing data, ADTECH conforms with the German data protection law and fulfils the regulations of the Privacy Preferences Projects (P3P), that are determined by the World Wide Web group.