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Cookies and Similar Technologies Used on APPS.JW.ORG

Cookies and Similar Technologies Used on APPS.JW.ORG

There are various types of cookies that perform different functions and generally improve your experience on the website. Below are examples of our use of cookies and similar technologies.

Name of Cookie(s)

Purpose

Duration *

Type

session, oidc_session, mod_auth_openidc_*

Helps us identify authenticated users and protect the site against malicious users.

24 hours

Strictly Necessary

ckVS, ckSTS

Allows us to return a person to the Log In page when his session has timed out.

24 hours

Functionality

XSRF-TOKEN

Provides protection against cross-site request forgery attacks.

24 hours

Strictly Necessary

jw.login.username

Allows a person to have his user name automatically appear on the Log In page when he returns to the site. This feature is enabled only when a person chooses to enable it.

Indefinite (local storage)

Functionality

ckAppsLang

Allows a person to be directed automatically to the site language he previously selected for the site.

1 year

Functionality

recent-languages

Allows a person to choose from his most recently used languages in the site’s language picker.

Indefinite (local storage)

Functionality

ckWikiSort*

Allows a person to automatically have his documents sorted in the same order he chose previously.

24 hours

Functionality

ckMessagesSort*

Allows a person to automatically have his messages sorted in the same order he chose previously.

24 hours

Functionality

ckChangeUserView

Allows a person to automatically have collapsible text areas on the site displayed in the same manner he chose to display them previously.

24 hours

Functionality

jwo.geocode-typeahead.recent-results

Allows a person to view his most recent Meeting Search results.

Indefinite (local storage)

Functionality

jwo.meeting-search.components.common.results.auto-update

Allows a person to view the changes to Google Maps with live updates while using Meeting Search.

Indefinite (local storage)

Functionality

jwo.administration.manage-users.removed-username, jwo.administration.manage-users.success-username

Allows an admin user to view a user he recently added rights to or removed rights from.

Indefinite (local storage)

Functionality

See also Cookies and Similar Technologies Used by Several of Our Websites.

^ Varsch 6 When duration is defined as “Indefinite (local storage)”, this indicates that the data is stored in the browser’s storage engine rather than as a cookie. Data stored in this way is retained indefinitely unless the user clears the storage on his browser.