About this website and cookies

Cookie information

Our website uses cookies. This note provides information on what cookies are, how we use them, and how they can be controlled.

By using this website, you agree to our use of cookies in the manner specified herein. If you do not accept our use of cookies, please disable them as described in this information so that cookies from this website cannot be placed on your machine.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files sent to your machine when you visit a website. Cookies are then sent back to the website when you visit it again, or to other sites that can use them. Cookies serve as the site's memory, so that it remembers your machine when you next visit the website. Cookies may also remember your preferences, improve the user experience and deliver ads tailored to your interests.

You can find more information about cookies, how to see what cookies you have on your machine and how to manage and delete them on www.aboutcookies.org

Cookie types

Session and persistent cookies

We may use session cookies that remain only until you close your browser. We may also use persistent cookies, which remain for a long time, and are used to remember your previous choices and preferences. We use session cookies for statistical and measurement purposes. The information collected is anonymous and contains no personal information. IP addresses are not stored in our databases, and therefore your visit to the website is never linked to your identity.

Cookies on this website

Name: __utma

Purpose: Used to keep track of the user and is permanent, i.e., it does not expire unless cookies are deleted. Each unique browser that visits a page on daloc.com is assigned a unique ID via the _utma cookie. Accordingly, all subsequent visits to the website from the same browser are registered as belonging to the same (unique) visitor.
Category: Performance
Expiry: 2 years from the last visit

Name: __utmb

Purpose: Used to measure the user's session. It is turned on when the visitor visits the website and turned off when the user pauses on one of the site's pages for more than 30 minutes, or 30 minutes after the user leaves the website.
Category: Performance
Expiry: 30 minutes after the end of the session

Name: __utmc

Purpose: Also used to measure the user's session. It is turned on when the visitor visits the website and turned off at the end of the browser session.
Category: Performance
Expiry: At the end of the session

Name: __utmt

Purpose: Used to check queries against the system.
Category: Performance
Expiry: 10 minutes after the last visit

Name: __utmz

Purpose: Used to register how the user found daloc.com, for example, via search engine, direct link or advertisement. The parameters in the cookie value string are interpreted and sent in a GIF request (in the utmcc variable). The cookie is set to expire after 6 months. The cookie is updated with each page view on the website and used to record how the user moves around the website.
Category: Performance
Expiry: 6 months after the last visit

How to control and remove cookies

Most browsers accept cookies, but you can usually change your browser settings to refuse cookies, or to get notified when new cookies are sent to your machine. If you want to set your browser to refuse cookies, please consult your browser's help instructions for this purpose (they are usually in one of the menus Help, Tools or Edit).

More detailed advice is available at www.aboutcookies.org

Please note that if you refuse or disable cookies, some of the site\s features may not work properly.

Changes in how we use cookies

Any changes to our use of cookies will be published here and, when necessary, highlighted on our website.

Contact information

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