A cookie is a small text-file that your browser can place on your computer, tablet, phone or any other device where you use a browser.
Cookies allow websites to recognize your computer and share basic information between your browser and the website. Some of this information is technically required for the website to work as intended (e.g. a login "ticket" that let's the website verify that your browser is currently authenticated and allowed to view pages secured via login). Other cookies handle information in regards to making your experience with the website better. This includes statistical information like which pages on the website your browser visits, how long it stays on each page etc.
Cookies cannot see who you are, what your name is, where you live, or whether the computer is used by one or more people. It also cannot spread computer viruses or other malicious programs.
The technically required cookies are mandatory when using the Oblima platform. You cannot opt out of these as it will break the functionality of the platform.
However - upon entering the Oblima platform for the first time, you'll be prompted to accept or reject the usage of statistics cookies.
If you click "Reject", no cookies are set for statistics.
If you click "Accept", cookies are set to collect statistics.
We use statistics to improve usability and the information is anonymous and is not linked to the individual user.
We use a cookie to store information about whether or not you accept the usage of statistics cookies.
Below you'll find a list of the cookies used across the Oblima platform.
|ai_session||Used by Microsoft Application Insights to gather statistics and metrics. This is a unique anonymous session identifier cookie.||Statistics|
|ai_user||Used by Microsoft Application Insights to gather statistics and metrics. This is a unique user identifier cookie that enables e.g. counting of the number of users accessing the application over time.||Statistics|
|_ga||Google Analytics cookie. _ga cookie is used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated number as a client identifier. It is included in each page request in a site and used to calculate visitor, session and campaign data for the sites analytics reports.||Statistics|
|_gat_gtag_*||Google Analytics cookie. _gat - it is used to throttle the request rate - limiting the collection of data on high traffic sites.||Statistics|
|_gid||Google Analytics cookie. _gid stores and update a unique value for each page visited.||Statistics|
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Which settings depends on which browser you use. However, you should be aware that if you do, there are many features and services on the Internet that will be off limits to you.
Browsers allow you to delete your cookies collectively or individually. How depends on which browser you are using. Remember that if you use several browsers, you must delete cookies in all of them.