Cookies set by OSNI Map Shop

Cookies are small files saved on your phone, tablet or computer when you visit a website. We use cookies to make this site work and collect information about how you use our service.

Essential Cookies

OSNI Map Shop sets cookies that are essential for the service to work. 

These cookies do things like:

  • allow the service to recognise your device so you don't have to give the same information several times during one task
  • recognise when you have already given a username and password to sign in to a service so you don't need to do it for every web page viewed
  • remember your progress through a form or items placed in a shopping basket so that you can return to it later
  • remember your place in a queue when the service is very busy

These cookies do not store your personal data and are deleted once you’ve finished the transaction or when you close your browser.

We do not need to ask permission to use them

The essential cookies used by OSNI Map Shop are listed in the following table.

 

Name of cookie

Purpose

Expires

.ASPXAUTH

Used to identify whether or not you are verified.

 

.ASPXROLES

Used to cache the roles you use for the service.

 

 ASP.NET_SessionId,
__RequestVerificationToken

Allow services to recognise your device and maintain a secure session.

When you close your browser

 

 

Google Analytics

OSNI Map Shop uses Google Analytics to collect anonymous information about how people use the service and how well it is performing. This information is used to make sure the service is meeting people's needs and to understand how the service could meet those needs better.

We do not allow Google to use or share the data about how you use a service.

Name of cookie

Purpose

Expires

_ga

Used by Google Analytics to distinguish visitors to OSNI Map Shop.

Two years

_gid

Used by Google Analytics to store information on how visitors use OSNI Map Shop and helps to create an analytic report of the website.

24 hours

Further information on cookies set by Google Analytics

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