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We would need to list all the cookies we use and their purpose.
What are cookies?
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Cookies used by Rightboat
The table below lists the cookie names and their purpose.
|_rb_session||The _rb_session cookie is native to Ruby on Rails and enables websites to store serialised state data. It is used to establish a user session and to pass state data via a temporary cookie, which is commonly referred to as a session cookie. As the _rb_session cookie has no timed expiry, it disappears when the client is closed.|
|cookie_banner_state||Denotes whether the cookie banner/panel is visible.|
YouTube is used by the website to show video content. These cookies are set by YouTube to track usage of its services.
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||Cookie attempts to estimate your bandwidth.|
|PREF||A 3rd party cookie served by the domain youtube.com. It may be set when a visitor to this website clicks the ‘Share’ button on an embedded YouTube video. This cookie may be used by YouTube to store session preferences that relate to your activity when watching the embedded videos. These cookies don’t gather information that identifies a user.|
Google Analytics is used to help us to improve the content on the website.
|__utma, _utmb, __utmc, __utmz||These cookies enable the function of Google Analytics. Google Analytics anonymously tracks how visitors interact with a website, including where they came from, how long they spent on the site, how many pages were visited.|
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