[Internet Archaeology]

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In this section you will find information on what cookies may be set when you visit the Internet Archaeology website and how to reject or delete those cookies. You may also wish to read the University of York's policy on Data Protection.

Internet Archaeology uses a small number of cookies, mostly for the purposes of collecting statistics about site usage. The site will work if the Access Stats cookies are disabled but disabling the ColdFusion cookies may disrupt some functions. These cookies do not give the journal access to your computer and do not reveal any information other than whatever data you choose to share with us via search forms or other inputs. Web browsers are usually set to accept all cookies automatically, but you can modify your browser to decline or query cookies. Find out more about cookies at http://www.allaboutcookies.org

Purpose							Host Key	Cookie Name
1st party - Access Statistics, PiWik			intarch.ac.uk	_pk_id.*.****
1st party - Access Statistics, PiWik			intarch.ac.uk	_pk_ses.*.****
1st party - ColdFusion session client identifier	intarch.ac.uk	CFID
1st party - ColdFusion session security token		intarch.ac.uk	CFTOKEN
3rd party - Social media, Facebook			facebook.com	datr

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