By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies and similar technologies (“Cookies”) and the collection of information from your PC/Laptop or other computing device you may use whilst taking part in our online research activities as outlined below.

Our Panel website and online surveys collect information using 'cookies' and functionally similar technologies. Cookies are small files stored on your computer. Specifically, in respect of cookies, further details of what cookies are can be found by visiting

The emails we send to potential new Panelists will also place a Cookie when images are downloaded and the email is opened. You can prevent this Cookie being placed by simply opening the email as text only, closing the email before downloading any images or by changing your browser/email software to restrict cookies.

Essential Cookies

The essential cookies used in connection with this Panel are as follows:

Site/Domain/Host Cookie Name Purpose of cookie ASP.NET_SessionId This is set for all users of the website to distinguish you from other users and to help users log into the site.
language Indicates selected language to be used when viewing the site content.
PanelistSelectedCulture Contains language and country info for the current website user. For example: en-GB.
F5_REGION Both cookies are used for the redirect to a specific country's website home page.
.ASPXANONYMOUS This is a cookie that stores a unique ID for anonymous users for which you can use to track data against for individual users.
portalroles This cookie stores what roles a user has access to in the current portal when logging in to the system. Used to store the current users permissions allowing it to verify you have the correct access to view our site. This cookie contains no personally identifiable information.
portalaliasid This cookie is used to store an identifier for our site, allowing it to verify the correct user and permissions. This cookie contains no personally identifiable information.
locale Indicates selected language to be used when viewing the site content.
Other suppliers' domain viewedOuibounceModal This pixel is placed when the respondent is trying to close the registration form. policies-denied This cookie is set if you will choose to continue with limited functionality and will take the value of the communication you denied.

It is possible for you to delete 'cookies' or to prevent their use by adjusting the browser settings on your computer. However, if you do prevent our online surveys and Panelists’ website from using cookies, our surveys and Panelists’ website will not work properly and you will not be able to participate in this Panel.

Convenience Cookies

These cookies provide information regarding site usage and site preferences, providing you with a better user experience. You will be prompted to accept the usage of these cookies from your browser when entering the site. These cookies are not essential for survey participation.

Site/Domain/Host Cookie Name Purpose of cookie _gid These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our registration page. The information is used to compile reports. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from, average time spent etc.
Consent These cookies are used to gather website statistics, and track conversion rates. They store the preferences and information of users each time they visit web pages containing a service
NID This cookie is placed when the reCAPTCHA is verified. Also, this cookie contains a unique ID uses to remember your preferences and other information, such as your preferred language (e.g. English), how many search results you wish to have shown per page (e.g. 10 or 20), and whether or not you wish to have’s SafeSearch filter turned on. fr tracks opted-out users with a cookie (fr) that is used for advertising purposes. Also it is used for tracking respondents activity. The respondent needs to provide their consent in order to place the cookie. This may require capturing information about your IP Address, operating system, screen display settings, and browser type. You can withdraw your consent to this at any time by deleting the specific cookies from this category (e.g. “fr” cookie) or to prevent their use by adjusting the browser settings on your computer.
c_user This cookie contains the user ID of the currently logged in user and allow us to control the "Follow us on" and "Like" buttons.
datr Allow us to control the "Follow us on" and "Like" buttons.
fbm_(digits) These cookies are set by for application integration and expires within one year. See here for more information on’s practices at
pl These cookies are set by We use this service to show you have “liked” our website on the social network. can use this information to serve our ads on their platform. For more info on these cookies visit's cookie policy statement at
xs This cookie is used to maintain the session while logged in.
wd Keep track of the first and last page visited by the user and the inner dimensions of the browser window respectively personalization_id Persistent cookie installed by
guest_id Used if a visitor accesses the site when not logged into and a further cookie if accessed while logged on to It allows us to track the sharing of the contents on
external_referer It collects information about the pages viewed by the user in the session.
ct0 Allow us to control the "Follow us on" button.
_Twitter.com_sess Used by services, to monitor referral links and login status.
Snapchat Snapchat pixel This pixel will be inserted on your computer when starting the registration process to measure visits of each step from this process for statistical purposes only. DW These cookies are used for geotagging. This cookie contains a unique code, but no Personal Information about you or your use of the internet will be collected.
Other suppliers' domain Suppliers own cookies These pixels are inserted on registration form, usually on the conversion rate point, when suppliers are payed. It’s a double check for the suppliers and their partners on the number of respondents recruited. The code can be written in php/asp or javascript but not all the pixels use cookies (some supplier might, others will not). We don't know which ones use cookies and which don't.