Cookies

DEFINITIONS

Cookies

“Cookies” are software methods and protocols used for storing data in a web browser. For the purpose of this document, Cookies refers to both  HTTP Cookies as defined by the IETF and Client-side Storage as defined below.

Client-side Storage

Local and session storage methods of the Web Storage specification as defined by the World Wide Web consortium.

Functional Cookies

Functional cookies allow us to remember choices or actions you make (such as your user name, being invited for a survey, responding to the survey, etc.) and provide a better, more personal experience.

Performance Cookies

We use Performance cookies for internal purposes to help us to provide you with a better user experience. The cookies help us understand how our website is used by visitors. From this information we can improve the way the site works and presents content to you. We use external companies such as Google to perform this analysis via their services. As a result they may set third party cookies to enable this.

Cookies set by iPerceptions Website

Cookies set by iPerceptions Portal

Cookies set by iPerceptions Products

Last verified date: September 21, 2015. Information below may not be up-to-date. Please contact us to ensure you have the latest information.

COOKIES SET BY IPERCEPTIONS WEBSITE

Last verified date: September 21, 2015. Information below may not be up-to-date. Please contact us to ensure you have the latest information.

Related Component

Name

Nature

Purpose

When is it first set?

Access Type

Storage Method

Duration

Contains PII

iPerceptions Website

 

Functional

 

 

 

 

 

 

iPerceptions Website

 

Performance

 

 

 

 

 

 

iPerceptions Active Research

Please refer to Cookies set by iPerceptions Products

 

 

 

 

iPerceptions Active Recognition

Please refer to Cookies set by iPerceptions Products

 

 

 

 

Google Analytics

Multiple cookies:
__utma
__utmb
__utmc
__utmt
__utmz

Performance

Web analytics

Landing on the website

First party

Cookie

14 days

No

Google Analytics

_ga

Performance

Web analytics

Landing on the website

First party

Cookie

Two years

No

Google Analytics

__gat

Performance

Web analytics

Landing on the website

First party

Cookie

10 minutes

No

Hubspot

hsfirstvisit

Performance

Tracking

Landing on the website

First party

Cookie

10 years

 

Hubspot

 

Performance

Tracking

Landing on the website

 

 

 

 

LinkedIn

bscookie

Performance

Tracking

Landing on the website

Third party

Cookie

2 years

 

LinkedIn

 

Performance

Tracking

Landing on the website

 

 

 

 

 

COOKIES SET BY IPERCEPTIONS PORTAL

Last verified date: September 21, 2015. Information below may not be up-to-date. Please contact us to ensure you have the latest information.

Related

Component

Name

Nature

Purpose

When is

it first set?

Access

Type

Storage

Method

Duration

Contains

PII

iPerceptions Portal

ASP.NET.SessionId

Functional

Default .NET application session cookie

 

 

Cookie

 Session

 

iPerceptions Portal

COOKIE_IP_REC_MYACCOUNT

Functional

Number of Projects to display on the

MyAccounts page

 

 

Cookie

 1 year

 

iPerceptions Portal

IP_UID

Functional

iPerceptions user-id identifier that is passed to the Front-End.

 

 

Cookie

1 year

 

iPerceptions Portal

PANDVCOOKIE

Functional

Used to preserve the joint session between Portal Legacy and Portal Evolution

 

 

Cookie

Session

 

iPerceptions Portal

UserCulture

 

Determine the language of the user. (Le gacy Portal)

 

 

Cookie

1 year

 

Monitis

JSB

Performance

Portal performance monitoring

 

 

Cookie

2 minutes

 

Clicktale

WRignore

Performance

Session playback

 

 

Cookie

10 minutes

 

Clicktale

WRUID

__CT_Data

Performance

Session playback

 

 

Cookie

1 year

 

IIS

ARRAffinity

Functional

IIS session management

 

 

Cookie

 

 

iPerceptions Active Research

Please refer to Cookies set by iPerceptions Products

 

 

 

 

 

iPerceptions Active Recognition

Please refer to Cookies set by iPerceptions Products

 

 

 

 

 

Google Analytics

Multiple cookies:

__utmb

__utmc

__utmt

__utmz

Performance

Web analytics

Landing on the website

First party

Cookie

14 days

No

Google Analytics

_ga

Performance

Web analytics

Landing on the website

First party

Cookie

Two years

No

Google Analytics

_gat

Performance

Web analytics

Landing on the website

First party

Cookie

10 minutes

No

Microsoft

Application Insight

ai_session

Performance

Portal performance monitoring

 

 

 

 

 

Microsoft

Application Insight

ai_user

Performance

Portal performance monitoring

 

 

 

 

 

 

COOKIES SET BY IPERCEPTIONS PRODUCTS

Last verified date: September 21, 2015. Information below may not be up-to-date. Please contact us to ensure you have the latest information.

Product
+
Version

Name

Nature

Purpose

When is it first set?

Access
Type

Storage
Method

Duration

Contains
PII

Universal
Script

ipe_s

Functional

Session ID

First page view with Universal
Script placed

First party (client's website).

Cookie

Session

No

Universal
Script

ipe.[companyId].pageViewedCount

Functional

Stores the number of visited pages in the current session.

First page view with Universal

Script placed

Third party (iPerceptions domain)

Cookie

Session

No

Universal
Script

ARRAfinity

Performance

Supports Microsoft Azure platform Application Request Routing.

First page view with Universal
Script placed

Third party (iPerceptions domain)

Cookie

Session

No

Universal
Script

IPdef.[IPerceptions Key]

Functional

Caches the Universal Script triggers definitions in client side storage to improve performance by minimizing the number of required HTTP requests required.

First page view with Universal
Script placed

First party (client's website).

Session
Storage

Session

No

Universal
Script

IPengine

Functional

Caches the Universal Script engine in client side storage to improve performance by minimizing the number of required HTTP requests required.

First page view with Universal
Script placed

First party (client's website).

Session
Storage

Session

No

Universal
Script

IPinvite.[IPerceptions
Key]

Functional

Stores metadata on the Universal
Script including: The device category (desktop, tablet, mobile) returned from our device detection library, the language (English, French, ...) of the user's browser, the URL where the Universal Script engine is located, the URL where triggers definitions are located.

First page view with Universal
Script placed

First party (client's website).

Session
Storage

Session

No

Universal
Script

ipe.[companyId].pageViewed

Functional

Stores the most recent visited page in order to prevent increasing the number of pages viewed if the URL is not changed.

First page view with Universal
Script placed

First party (client's website).

Session
Storage

Session

No

Universal
Script

ipe.[companyId].winning

Functional

The list of triggers that the user can be invited for on this visit. This is used so that rates for each trigger are only evaluated once per visit.

First page view with Universal
Script placed

First party
(client's website)

AND

Third party (iPerceptions domain)

Session

Storage

Session

No

Universal
Script

iperceptions.com

Functional

Stores visitor ID with history of previous website visits (time, ID, domain) and survey invitations shown.

Support invite logic where the same company has multiple surveys; displaying a survey invitation requires no other survey has been shown within re-invite period.

First page view with Universal
Script placed

First party
(client's website)

AND

Third party (iPerceptions domain)

Local
Storage

Until local storage cleared

No

ART

ipe_v

Functional

Stores the visitor ID for ART.

First page view with Universal Script placed and ART enabled.

First party (client's website).

Cookie

30 years

No

ART

ipe_i

Functional

ART model results (e.g. intent probability distribution) for current evaluation. This includes ART for recognition purposes and supports ART for Experience Optimization.

First page view with Universal Script placed and ART enabled.

First party (client's website).

Cookie

1 day

No

ART

ipe_h

Functional

Indicates the current visitor's page-level and visit-level data is being sent back to iPerceptions for ART processing.

First page view with Universal Script placed and ART enabled.

First party (client's website).

Cookie

1 day

No

Invite Desktop.
Universal
Script +
Legacy

IPE[SURVEYID]

Functional

Prevents an invitation from being shown again.

When a visitor is shown a survey invitation on desktop.

First party (client's website).

Cookie

Default 90 days
(user-configurable)

No

Invite Desktop Legacy.

*Not supported on
universal script.

IPE_S_[SURVEYID]

Functional

Prevents multiple invitation attempts.

Note that this is no longer supported on universal script as universal script uses the invitation triggers instead of the invitation rate.

Legacy only: When a visitor is attempted to be invited but is not actually invited

First party (client's website).

Cookie

Session

No

Invite Mobile.

Universal
Script +
Legacy

IPE_M_[SURVEYID]

Functional

Set when a visitor is shown a survey invitation. If value = 1, user accepted the invite and we can persist the icon. If value = 0, user did not accept the invite and we cannot persist the icon or display another survey invite.

On legacy only, if user is attempted to be invited but not actually invited, set for 1 day with value = 0, so that we do not attempt to invite the user again.

When a visitor is shown a survey invitation on mobile.

First party (client's website).

Cookie

Default 90 days
(user-configurable)

No

Invite Mobile.

Universal
Script +
Legacy

IPE_DISP_[SURVEYID]

Functional

Persists the icon while this cookie is set. Is used to allow the icon to persist for a shorter duration (10 days) while we don't display another survey invitation for a longer duration (90 days).

When a visitor accept the survey invitation on mobile.

First party (client's website).

Cookie

10 days

No

Collection

[surveyid]_action

Functional

Prevents start survey hit counter from firing more than once for a single survey.

Pressing start button on iPerceptions survey

First party (survey engine).

Cookie

1 day

No

Collection

Multiple cookies:
4Q__utma
4Q__utmb
4Q__utmc
4Q__utmk
4Q__utmv
4Q__utmx
4Q__utmz
4Q_gaCID
4QguidIPE
4Qua

Performance

Supports Google Analytics integration

Landing on the iPeceptions survey page

First party (survey engine).

Cookie

14 days

No

Collection

_ga

Performance

Supports Google Analytics integration

Landing on the iPeceptions survey page

First party (survey engine).

Cookie

Two years

No

Collection

__gat

Performance

Supports Google Analytics integration

Landing on the iPeceptions survey page

First party (survey engine).

Cookie

10 minutes

No

Collection

ASP.NET_SessionId

Functional

Session ID for server-side session support.

Landing on the iPeceptions survey page

First party (survey engine).

Cookie

Session

No

Collection

PRUM_EPISODES

Performance

Supports Pingdom Real User
Monitoring

Landing on the iPeceptions survey page

First party (survey engine).

Cookie

Session

No

Collection

ai_session

Performance

Supports Windows Azure Application

Insights

Landing on the iPeceptions survey page

First party (survey engine).

Cookie

Permanent *over

10 years

No

Collection

ai_user

Performance

Supports Windows Azure Application

Insights

Landing on the iPeceptions survey page

First party (survey engine).

Cookie

Permanent *over

10 years

No