Cookies are small data files which websites use to store data locally on a user's computer or other internet enabled devices. They are used to enable certain functionality and provide users with an improved user experience.
What are the different types of cookie?
They are two main types of cookies, session cookies and persistent cookies.
Session cookies store information during your website visit and are erased when you close your browser. This type of cookie is used to recognise user movement within a website and to allow any page changes or data selection that is made to be remembered as a user moves from page to page.
Persistent cookies in contrast to session cookies, have defined lifespans which may range from a few hours to a number of years. This type of cookie is used to store information such as user preferences, which may include a default language that is to be used when browsing the website or the date of the users last visit.
What cookies do we use on Sales school jobs websites?
The table below sets out the cookies our websites use, their purpose and a date which has been set for their expiry.
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