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Analysis tools for web statistics:
Camp Scandinavia website uses Google Analytics to evaluate how visitors use the site. The following cookies are created
- __utma is a permanent cookie that is used to distinguish users, and sessions / visits. They are updated at each page view and expire two years after it is inserted or last updated.
- __utmb is a session cookie that is used to calculate new sessions / visits. They are updated at each page view and expire 30 minutes after it is inserted or last updated.
- __utmc is a session cookie that is used with "__utmb" to figure out if a new visit is made on site (30 minutes of inactivity counted as a new visit). It expires when the browser is closed.
- __utmt is a session cookie that is used to calculate site speed. It expires 10 minutes after it is added.
- __utmz is a permanent cookie that is used to measure traffic sources and navigation of the site (for example, the search engine used to reach allardint.com). It expires six months after it is made or last updated.
The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers. This information is used in order to evaluate visitor statistics.