Cookies contain information that websites have gathered about you and stored on your computer as small text files. Most of these files are completely harmless, for example they remember that you are logged in. In most cases they provide statistics to Google Analytics and other stats packages about your time on a website. Below is a complete breakdown of the cookies that we may set on your computer depending on which pages you visit.

CookieTypeDurationDescription
cSession1 yearhttp://www.isep.org.uk
cfduidGetClicky7 yearsWeb Statistics Tool (stumbleupon)
csrftokenEventBrite1 yearLinked to events section 'powered by'
ebcrumbEventBrite1 dayLinked to events section 'powered by'
eblangEventBrite1 yearLinked to events section 'powered by'
ebtvEventBrite1 dayLinked to events section 'powered by'
GEventBrite1 yearLinked to events section 'powered by'
mgaff3414265159EventBrite-Linked to events section 'powered by'
mgrefEventBrite1 yearLinked to events section 'powered by'
mgrefbyEventBrite1 yearLinked to events section 'powered by'
PersistenceCookieLinkedin1 dayStores Linked in login details
SERVERIDEventBrite-Linked to events section 'powered by'
su_bcStumbleUpon1 monthStumbleUpon - ShareThis buttons
UIDScoreCardResearch2 yearsLinked to ShareThis
UIDRScoreCardResearch2 yearsLinked to ShareThis
X-LI-DDCLinkedin-This cookie is set by LinkedIn when you load a panel inviting you to ‘Follow’ us
__stidShareThis1 yearShare this buttons
__usetShareThis1 yearShare this buttons
__utmaGoogle Analytics1 yearGoogle Analytics cookie
__utmbGoogle Analytics1 dayGoogle Analytics cookie
__utmcGoogle Analytics-Google Analytics cookie
__utmzGoogle Analytics6 monthsGoogle Analytics cookie

Removing Cookies

Internet Explorer 9

  • Click the Tools button in the upper right-hand corner.
  • Go to Safety > View Browsing History.
  • Ensure ‘Cookies’ is checked.
  • Click Delete.

Internet Explorer 8

  • Go to Tools > Internet Options.
  • On the General tab you will find the ‘Browsing History’ section.
  • To delete all cookies, click uncheck the Preserve Favorite Website Data box, check the box next to Cookies, and then select Delete.
  • To delete specific cookies only, go to Settings > View Files. Now select the cookies you want to delete and press Delete.

Internet Explorer 7

  • Go to Tools > Internet Options.
  • On the General tab, find the ‘Browsing History’ section. You can decide whether to delete some or all cookies.
  • Delete all cookies – click Delete, select Delete Cookies, and hit Yes.
  • Delete specific cookies – go to Settings > View Files. Select the cookies you want to delete and press Delete.

Firefox

  • Go to Firefox > Options (on a PC) or Firefox > Preferences (on a Mac). If you don’t see the Tools menu, press Alt+T key to access Tools.
  • On the Privacy tab click remove individual cookies.
  • Delete the desired cookies.
  • Or, to delete all cookies, click ‘Remove All Cookies’.

Safari

  • Go to Safari in the menu.
  • Select Preferences.
  • Select the Privacy tab.
  • Under Cookies and Other Website data, select the Details button.
  • Remove desired cookies individually or click ‘Remove All’.

Google Chrome

  • Click on the Tools button in the upper right-hand corner.
  • Click Settings > Clear Browsing Data
  • Click Clear Browsing Data and select a timeframe that you want to delete from the drop down menu.
  • Make sure ‘Delete Cookies’ and ‘Other Site’ and ‘Plug-In Data’ is checked.

Opera

  • Go to Tools > Delete Private Data > Details.
  • Delete your cookies.
  • To delete all cookies, uncheck anything you want to keep and then click ‘Delete’.
  • To delete specific cookies, go to Advanced > Cookies. Select the cookies you wish to delete and press Delete.

iPhone

  • Go to to Settings > Safari.
  • Scroll down and select ‘Clear Cookies and Data’.
  • Select ‘Clear Cookies and Data’ again to confirm.

For more information on Cookies & the Law please visit www.ico.gov.uk.