What are ‘Cookies’?
‘Cookies’ (also known as HTTP cookies, web cookies or browser cookies) are simply small pieces of data, which are stored as text files on your computer, whenever you visit certain websites. Their typical purpose is to help sites remember particular actions you may have done there in the past. For example, cookies may track when you have logged into a site, visited certain pages or clicked certain buttons.
- Remember when you have logged into a site.
- Remember your user preferences, searches and favorites.
- Track your usage of a site, via WebAbacus© and Google Analytics©.
- Track the success of our marketing campaigns. Additionally, RX websites have a small set of carefully selected third-party providers.
- Target more relevant advertisements to you (DoubleClick™, 6-degrees©)
- Enable social media sharing (AddThis©, Facebook©, Twitter©, YouTube©)
- Ensure better service delivery (Ooyala®) You can view a full list of all cookies used by RX websites in the “What cookies do we use and why?” section.
Are cookies harmful?
Despite this, if you do wish to disable or remove cookies, please see the “Help” section of your browser or mobile device. Each browser or device handles the management of cookies differently, so you will need to refer to your appropriate “Help” documentation. However, as mentioned, please be aware that cookies are essential for certain features of an RX site to work properly.
Why are we telling you this?
Analytics solution which provides information about your activity on an RX website
Feathr is an analytics and digital marketing solution. Feathr helps us determine which content is most active, and associates individuals with the content they consume. This cookie helps Feathr determine whether or not the visitor and page view represent legitimate traffic or potentially come from a bot or search engine crawler.
This is another Feathr cookie. It establishes a unique identification per user. It helps Feathr determine number of unique visitors to an RX site as well as to tailor marketing behavior by user.
This is another Feathr cookie. It is set when you enable or disable a global opt-out of Feathr’s behavioral tracking at https://feathr.co/opt-out/. If this cookie exists in the affirmative, all other Feathr cookies are either erased or ignored.
Google Analytics© is another analytics solution, which provides information about your activity on an RX website. As with WebAbacus?, this helps us to understand what works on the site and better tailor it to your needs. This cookie is used to determine unique visitors to an RX website. It is updated with each page view.
This is another Google Analytics© cookie. It is used to establish a user session with an RX website.
This is another Google Analytics© cookie. It determines whether or not a new session has been created.
This is another Google Analytics© cookie. It is used to identify how you arrived at the site, whether via a direct method, a referring link, a website search or a campaign, such as an advertisement or email link. This cookie is used to calculate search engine traffic, advertisement campaigns and page navigation. It is updated with each page view.
This cookie is set when you log into an RX website. It remembers that you are logged in, as you navigate through the site pages.
Similar to the campaigns.site.(THIS site=””)cookie, if you have arrived at an RX website via one of our marketing campaigns, this cookie stores the campaign?s information and reports its success to us.
If you have arrived at an RX website via one of our marketing campaigns, this cookie stores the campaign?s information and reports its success to us.
This cookie helps an RX website to remember your preferences. For example, if you view a site in a chosen language, every page within your session is then displayed in this language. As another example, if you add an exhibitor to your Show Planner, this is recorded by the cookie so that this exhibitor will be displayed in your planner, the next time you visit.
This cookie is set when you dismiss the “Privacy and Cookies” message, displayed at the bottom of an RX website. Once set, it ensures you will not be shown this message again.
If you have arrived at an RX website via one of our marketing campaigns, this cookie helps us report on the webpage from which you arrived.
This is Vovici© cookie. It ensures that a survey is only served to you, after you have been on the site for more than two minutes.
Vovici© is the company used by RX to supply website surveys, often to elicit feedback on the websites themselves. This cookie remembers when you have completed a survey and prevents it from being served to you again.
When you have submitted a request to attend, exhibit or advertise at an RX show OR Provided your details in order to access premium content on an RX site. This cookie remembers that you have already done so and ensures that you do not have to re-submit your request or re-enter your details.