Cookies are small files of text that are stored on your computer by websites, they are used to store information between your visits to a website. Cookies are commonly used across the internet. Most internet browsers allows you to see which cookies are currently stored on your computer and view and delete them at any time.
What cookies are used on Echoleft?
Echoleft Session Cookies
When you visit Echoleft, we create a cookie to store information about your session, for example whether you are logged in or logged out.
The contents of Echoleft's cookies are encrypted, which helps keep your session more secure. The cookie itself does not store any personally identifiable information.
Google Analytics is a commonly-used piece of software that provides information about your visit to the Echoleft website. It records information about such as you arrived at our site, the pages you viewed and actions you take. We use this information to see how people use our website and make improvements based on that aggregate data.
We use a service called AddThis which allows us to provide sharing options, for example Facebook ‘Like’ buttons and Twitter ‘Tweet’ buttons. The cookie is used to make sure the you see the a correct, updated count if you decide to share a page and return to it before the AddThis share count cache is updated. No data from the cookie is sent back to AddThis. We do not send any personally identifiable information to AddThis.