What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file that a website uses to collect and
store basic information about a visitor. This information is used
to improve the way the website works for a visitor - for example,
by keeping them logged in after they have entered a username and
password. Cookies cannot be used to identify a visitor personally
and cannot harm your computer.
a) To keep users logged in to any areas of the website that
require a username a password so they do not have to re-input this
information during their browsing session.
b) To collect analytics data that explains how visitors use our
website so we can monitor and improve the service we provide.
Which cookies we use
The Reed in Partnership website uses the following cookies:
1) _utma - This is an analytics cookie. It is written the first
time a visitor accesses the site and is updated with each visit so
unique visitors can be measured. It expires 24 months after its
2) _utmb - This is an analytics cookie. It logs the time a user
first visits the site. It expires when your browser closes.
3) _utmc - This is an analytics cookie. It logs the time a user
exits the site. It expires 30 minutes after its last update.
4) _utmz - This is an analytics cookie. It stores the referral
used (eg from a Google search) to find the site by the visitor. The
cookie is updated with each page view. It expires 6 months after
its last update.
5) yourAuthCookie - This cookie keeps you logged into the login
sections of our website so that you do not need to re-enter your
login details more than once during your visit to the site. It
expires when your browser closes.
Cookies 1), 2), 3) and 4) are third party cookies. Cookie 5) is
a specific Reed in Partnership cookie.
By continuing to use the Reed in Partnership website you are
giving consent to these cookies being used. For information on how
to delete our cookies, please click here.