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They are also used to create an internal identification number. This identification number will identify each Website use and will enable Cotlook to personalise the content of the Website for each individual user to the extent that it will provide access to the subscription services to which a user is entitled.
A session cookie is set upon each successful login and is valid for 12 hours after being set. This cookie provides authorisation to access services and ensures that no authorised username and password combination can be used simultaneously by more than one user. User cookies are also set to identify an authorised user and their browsing preferences.
What to do if you don’t want cookies to be set
If you would prefer that Cotlook did not set cookies on your computer or handheld device, you are free to block or delete Cotlook cookies through your browser settings – the help function in your browser should tell you how. However, you should bear in mind that if you do remove or block cookies and you are a subscriber to our services you will be unable to access your subscription services through your browser.
Further information is available from the Information Commissioners Office