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Genes Reunited Cookies
You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them below.
|Cookie name||1st/3rd party||Retention||Source||Type||Purpose|
|cookie_consent||1st party||1 year||Genes||Necessary||This cookies stores the user's action on the cookie notification banner.|
|eRedirect||1st party||Expires in the past||Genes||Necessary||This cookie stores redirect urls to direct users to a previously saved path.|
|live||1st party||1 year||Genes||Necessary||This cookie will flag which enviroment the user is.|
|notifications||1st party||2 minutes||Genes||Necessary||This cookie stores temporary messages to display to the user|
|treesession||1st party||Session||Genes||Necessary||This is a tree session cookie.|
|_gcl_aw||1st party||90 days||Adwords||Advertising||This cookie stores ad click information captured on the landing pages.|
|_gcl_dc||1st party||90 days||Doubleclick||Advertising||This cookie stores ad click information captured on the landing pages.|
|_uetsid||1st party||30 minutes||Bing||Advertising||This cookie is used for Bing Universal Event Tracking.|
|1P_JAR||3rd party||Unknown||Advertising||This cookie is used by Google|
|CONSENT||3rd party||20 years||Advertising||This cookie is used by Google|
|dc_gtm_UA-XXXXX||1st party||1 minute||Google Tag Manager/DCM||Advertising||This is a display features cookie.|
|DV||3rd party||Unknown||Advertising||This cookie is used by Google|
|FLC||3rd party||Unknown||Doubleclick||Advertising||This cookie is used by Google AdSense DoubleClick for online advertising frequency capping and avoiding the duplication of ads on a page, meaning a user will not have to view the same ad over and over again.|
|fr||3rd party||3 months||Advertising||This cookie is used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products such as real time bidding from third party advertisers.|
|GAMSUK||1st party||Session||Genes||Advertising||This cookies stores Store Ad2One session.|
|IDE||3rd party||2 years||Doubleclick||Advertising||This cookie is used by Doubleclick to register and report the user's actions after viewing or clicking one of the advertiser's ads with the purpose of measuring the efficacy of an ad and to present targeted ads to the user.|
|MUID||3rd party||1 year||Bing||Advertising||This cookie is used by Bing as a unique user ID.|
|MUIDB||3rd party||1 year||Bing||Advertising||Unclassified|
|NID||3rd party||Unknown||Advertising||The NID cookie contains a unique ID Google uses to remember your preferences and other information, such as your preferred language (e.g. English), how many search results you wish to have shown per page (e.g. 10 or 20), and whether or not you wish to have Google's SafeSearch filter turned on.|
|_ga||1st party||2 years||GA||Analytics||This cookie is used to distinguish users in Google Analytics.|
|_gac_UA-XXXX||1st party||90 days||GA||Analytics||This cookie contains campaign related information for the user. If you have linked your Google Analytics and AdWords accounts, AdWords website conversion tags will read this cookie unless you opt-out.|
|_gid||1st party||24 hours||GA||Analytics||This cookie is used to distinguish users in Google Analytics.|
|Rats||3rd party||1 year||Rats||Analytics||This cookie is part of our internal analytics tool to help us improve the site.|
|Rats_Session||3rd party||Session||Rats||Analytics||This cookie is part of our internal analytics tool to help us improve the site.|