DataNet and Cookies

Cookies are used all over the web for a number of reasons. They are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.

DataNet is written using a code language called ASP.Net, this language issues one cookie called 'ASP.NET_Sessionid'.

This cookie contains information essential to run the features in DataNet and DataNet does not function without this cookie.

Measures have been taken to encrypt all information in DataNet so that it is delivered safely and securely, the cookie In itself does not collect any information about the computer that is running the DataNet application nor about the user that is viewing the page.

The cookie only exists for the time of your browser session. This means that when you open up DataNet in Internet Explorer, Firefox or whatever you use, the cookie exists for the amount of time you have the browser open. After the browser is closed, the cookie is gone.

You can of course, choose to disable cookies, you do this at your own risk and will disable cookies on ALL sites you visit, and will disable functionality on other sites that use cookies, including DataNet.

If you want to accept cookies from DataNet, please set your browser accordingly and click on the button below to accept. This will add a second cookie, called 'acceptDataNetCookies'. This does nothing, apart from say that you have allowed the two mentioned cookies from DataNet to work.

If you have any queries, please contact the DataNet team.