Cookies

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In accordance with the recommendations of the Information Commissioner, this website contains a notice regarding the use of cookies, which also enables you to choose which cookies  you want to use.

Types of cookies used on Servingthepoor.org

Required cookies are those that the site needs to maintain its functioning. These include session cookies managing registered user’s sessions (service websites) and cookies that are downloaded onto your computer in order to remember your choice of allowed cookies for your next visit.

Cookie name Intended use Duration
PHPSESSID Basic website functioning The duration of the session
cookie_notice_accepted Cookie that keeps track if cookies are approved. 1 year
wordpress_test_cookie Basic website functioning The duration of the session
pll_language Cookie that stores a language preference for the visitor 1 year
redux_current_tab Cookie to improve the user movement on the site. 1 year
tk_ai Cookie is used for admin tracking purposes. The duration of the session

 

Visitor statistics

This website’s administrators are interested in knowing what our users like to read, which pages interest you the most and what led you to our website. This is our only feedback and mostly our only contact with our users. That is why we keep track of views. Based on cookies we download on your computer, we can know if you are here for the first time or on a regular basis.

 

Cookie name Intended use Duration Company
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_gid Counts unique users 24 hours Google Inc.
_gat Notes a new user (session) 1 minute Google Inc.

 

Can I avoid using cookies entirely?

If you don’t want to have our website’s cookies saved on your computer, you can choose to not allow cookies in your browser’s setting. In this case, no cookies will be saved. If your browser does not support such settings, we recommend that you immediately replace it with a more current version. Most current browsers (99 %) enable setting your privacy rate and disabling saving cookies on your computer.

How do I remove cookies?

– Google Chrome
– Mozilla Firefox
– Internet Explorer 9
– Internet Explorer 7 and 8