Effective: January 3, 2019
What are session (or transient) cookies and how does Vault use this technology?
Session cookies are small files placed on your device while using Vault sites. These cookies are used for:
- User account authentication and security:
- Non-user account access:
- Grant temporary access to specific lightboxes/shares/collections/external uploads.
Session cookies are erased from your device when you clear your browser’s cookies. See below for instructions for clearing browser cookies for commonly-used browsers.
What is local storage and how does Vault use this technology?
Local storage is an industry-standard technology that allows Vault to store information locally on your device. Vault uses local storage to enhance your user experience while using our site. For example, your current sort order on a data table is saved via local storage. None of the information stored is personally identifiable.
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