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A new European law is coming into force which means that websites must make their users aware of what cookies are and receive some form of consent. Although HelioNetworks (HelioHost and HelioNet) is based within the United States, I would like to clarify how we use cookies at HelioNetworks. By using our services and browsing our website, you are giving consent for us to place cookies on your computer.

 

In case you are not already aware, cookies are little pieces of information that are placed on your computer. We use cookies for a variety of reasons, such as analytics, secure logins, etc.

 

Below is a list of cookies which we have picked up on. Please be aware there may be more that we have not noticed. The below list my change at any time without notification

 

Cookies from heliohost.org

__utma

__utmb

__utmc

__utmz

_jsuid

first_pv_51643

A randomly generated session cookie

 

Cookies from helionet.org

helionetcoppa

helionetmember_id

helionetpass_hash

helionetsession_id

 

Cookies from cPanel (stevie.heliohost.org:2082, johnny.heliohost.org:2082, etc)

cprelogin

cpsession

didgettingstarted

lang

langedit

logintheme

showdotfiles

 

Cookies from doubleclick.net (Advertising - see the website for details if any)

_drt_

id

 

Cookies from getclicky.com & in.getclicky.com & static.getclicky.com (Analytics - see the website for details if any)

_cfduid

cluid

 

Cookies from invitemedia.com (Advertising - see the website for details if any)

camp_freq_p1

exchange_uid

impressions_p1

io_freq_p1

subID

uid

 

Comments are welcome. Thank you very much.

 

jje

HelioNetworks Administrator

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