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How do cookies work?
Types of Cookies
What are cookies used on http://www.dpd.com/si:
This cookie contains the information if a user is on server A or B – No client information is saved.
This cookie contains the information if a user have already seen the important notice box and closed the box so it doesn’t show on the next visit – No client information is saved.
If you are clicking on a country on the flash map on www.dpd.com a cookie is saved which contains the information about the country and leads you directly to that country on the next visit – No client information is saved.
This cookie is a total „Black Box“ for us. So we don’t have information about which data is saved. This must be found out through Google.
A cookie for the session ID and language ID is saved. This cookie is readout within MYDPD.
Your cookie settings
Deactivating cookies in your web browser:
Deactivating cookies from elsewhere