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|Salford customer account||Salford_SCA_Username||'Remember me' functionality when logging into the Salford customer account, so that you do not have to login every time you visit.|
|Secure upload form||SalfordSecureUpload||Allows users to securely upload documents to Children's Services. The cookie remembers what a user has already entered if they want to submit another form. This is deleted when you close your browser.|
|Essential site cookies||ASPSESSIONIDXXXXXXXX
|These cookies are essential for various parts of the website to function properly. They are deleted when you close your browser.|
|To find out how many people are accessing our website. If you don't want to send this data, you can install a browser add-on to opt-out off this information being collated by Google.|
|Web chat||_C4ATestS||Cookies enable our chat communication popup with our customer services department. Information about the types of cookies used by Click4Assistance can be found on their website.|
|Online forms on the contactus.salford.gov.uk domain||ARRAffinity
|These cookies are essential for our online forms to function properly.|
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|Big Clean Switch (Brakkn Ltd)||_ga
|We partner with Big Clean Switch to help Salford residents switch to 100% renewable electricity. Big Clean Switch uses three sets of cookies when you use their service. The first is a Google Analytics cookie, a performance improver cookie that is used to track visits to the website and movement through the switching process. The data which is collected is anonymous and is used for benchmarking purposes to monitor the performance of the service and to measure user engagement. Read more about Google Analytics privacy.
You may prevent the collection of data related to your use of the switching service by the Google Analytics cookie by adjusting your browser settings or installing the browser plug-in.
The second cookie used is Big Clean Switch’s own customiser cookie, which helps to improve your switching experience. The data which is collected is anonymous, but can be linked to other information entered by you during the switching process, avoiding the need for you to enter information multiple times.
Finally, Big Clean Switch offers live chat support using a platform called Crisp. Crisp uses three performance improvement cookies to speed up the loading of their chatbox, ensure the experience is consistent across multiple pages, and maintain performance during periods of high traffic. None of these cookies is used for tracking purposes. Find out more about Crisp’s cookies.
|Browser update||_cfduid||The cookie is set by CloudFare. The cookie is used to identify individual clients behind a shared IP address and apply security settings on a per-client basis. It does not correspond to any user ID in the web application and does not store any personally identifiable information. This service checks the client browser to advise them to update their browser if they using an old version.|
|Family Portal||See the Family Portal cookies page for all the details||We use the Family Portal to allow people to check if they are eligible for 15 hours free childcare for their two year old. They can also apply for school places for children of any age and school nursery places.|
|Govtech Solutions||See the Govtech cookies page for all the details||We use forms created by Govtech Solutions to allow people to manage their council tax account online, for example setting up a Direct Debit or telling us when they move house.|
|We use Modern.Gov to publish details of council meetings, agendas and minutes. Both cookies are session cookies used to maintain the user's session while they navigate through Modern.gov. They're essential for modern.gov to work. They expire when the user exits the browser. They contain a randomly generated alphanumeric string.|
|Northgate Public Services||See the cookies page in the Benefits Online portal for all the details||We use the Northgate Benefits Online portal to allow people to make a new benefit claim or retrieve a claim they have started.|
|The cookies from socsi.in or orlo.uk are from the shortened links the council sends out from its social media posts. When people view the post details or click on these shortened links, the information is collected by Orlo and is displayed it to the council so they can see what people are interested in and alter our media content accordingly. The data which is collected is anonymous|
|Parking Portal||See the Parking Portal cookies page for all the details||We use the Parking Portal to allow people to pay penalty charge notices, challenge penalty charge notices or make formal representations.|
|Public Access||JSESSIONID||We use Public Access to publish details of planning applications and building control applications. The JSESSIONID cookie is a session cookie used to maintain the user's session while they navigate through the site. It is essential for Public Access to work. It expires when the user exits the browser. They contain a randomly generated alphanumeric string.|
|Public-i||See the cookies page on the Public-i portal for all the details||We use the Public-i website to stream live council meetings.|
|Zipporah||ZipGenAcc||We use Zipporah to allow people to book appointments for various council services. This cookie is an essential cookie used to ensure users only have appropriate access to relevant portions of the site. The data is not human readable and is anonymous. It is a session cookie with the default expiry for such cookies (usually around 20 minutes).|
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