Overview of UK Cookie Consent Rules
EU law requires organisations placing cookies through websites onto visitors’ computers to obtain their “consent” after providing clear and comprehensive information about how cookies are used on the websites.
In order to comply with this, we have taken four steps:
(i) Identified cookies and other tracking technologies served through this website, the purposes they fulfill, and related information such as their expiry and whether they are first or third party cookies.
(ii) Assessed the intrusiveness of these cookies on visitors' expectations of Privacy, based on the information collected in (i) above.
(iii) Provided 'clear and comprehensive' information about website cookies with the appropriate level of disclosure corresponding with the intrusiveness of each cookie.
(iv) Decided on an appropriate strategy for obtaining consent for website cookies, taking into account their use and intrusiveness. Certain types of cookie may qualify for legal exemptions and, where this is the case, consent will not be required for these cookies.
Consent Strategies Used on This Website
The consent strategy that is appropriate for any given type of Cookie will depend on the intrusiveness of that Cookie, taking into account:
- who serves the Cookie (i.e. a first or third party)
- what data the Cookie collects
- what purposes it fulfils
- how long it endures
- nature of the website through which it is served.
For Cookies requiring consent, we follow a three-tiered approach for obtaining visitor consent:
- for Cookies of medium intrusiveness: we use the same strategy as for low intrusiveness Cookies and also make contextual disclosures about Cookie use at appropriate points on the websites (e.g. making Cookie disclosures around targeted adverts or other website functionality reliant on these Cookies)
- for Cookies of high intrusiveness: we will implement a prior consent strategy (for example, the use of a banner / pop-up requiring visitors to consent to these Cookies before they are served).
Implied consent for Cookies: Cookies deployed through this websites are of low to medium intrusiveness only.
Cookie disclosures by type, rather than by identity: Given the substantial number of Cookies served through websites, the assessment in Annex A does not disclose and assess the intrusiveness of each Cookie individually. Instead, it groups Cookies by category (for example, 'advertising cookies', 'analytics cookies' and so on) and assesses the intrusiveness of each category, taking into account the specific features of the Cookies that are within that category. This enables Cookie disclosures that are simpler and clearer for consumers to understand.
NOTE: An assessment of the Cookie types served through this website appears in Annex A and provides information about its purpose(s), expiry and information on refusing the Cookies in "How to Block."
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Johnson & Johnson Limited
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Phone: 01344 864042
Email: [email protected]
Annex A: Types of Cookies Used on This Website
|Cookies served by Johnson & Johnson Limited (First party Cookies)|
|Session cookie||socialpollencount.co.uk||Keeps track of preferences chosen on the SPC website. These include previous searches and the internal state of the application, such as mobile/desktop view.||Session expiry defaults, e.g. closing browser||Browser blocking or plugins such as noscript or scriptsafe|
|Security cookie Cookie name: csrftoken||Johnson & Johnson Limited||This cookie helps preventing cross site request forgery. This cookie holds random string||The cookie we set for this purpose is removed on a session basis.||You can change your browser settings to accept or refuse these cookies. As the means vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser's Help menu for more information.|
|Cookies and other tracking technologies served by Johnson & Johnson Limited service providers and other companies|
|Analytics cookies and technologies Cookie names: _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz||Google Analytics||These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.||The _utma cookie we set for this purpose is removed after 2 years. The_utmb cookie is removed after 30 minutes. The_utmc cookie is removed by the end of session. The_utmz cookie is removed after 182 days.||You can opt out of tracking by Google Analytics by visiting:
|Analytics cookies and technologies Cookie names: id||Doubleclick.net||The cookie is generated by doubleclick floodlight tags. This cookie holds random string values.||The cookie we set for this purpose is removed after 2 years.||You can change your browser settings to accept or refuse these cookies. As the means vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser's Help menu for more information.|
|Analytics cookies and technologies Cookie names: Test_cookie||Doubleclick.net||The cookie is generated b doubleclick floodlight tags. This cookie holds CheckForPermission value.||The cookie we set for this purpose is removed after 10 minutes.||You can change your browser settings to accept or refuse these cookies. As the means vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser's Help menu for more information.|
|Analytics cookies and technologies||Nielsen||Nielsen uses text files or cookies only to store user IDs and opt-out information. All data and segment membership information is stored in Nielsen’s cloud-based data center. Cloud-based profiles collect information in an anonymous, non-PII (personally identifiable information) manner and include data on: impressions, clicks, and actions, beacon (website) data, urls on which ads have been shown, segment membership information, and 3rd party data including data onboarded from CRM systems. Cookies are purged from the server side platform if a user has been inactive for 35 days anywhere within eXelate universe. Browser cookie IDs will expire 120 days after the user was last seen.||35 days||http://exelate.com/privacy/opt-in-opt-out/|