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Please note that changes to the settings only affect the respective browser. If you use different browsers or change the terminal, the settings must be made again. In addition, you can delete cookies from your storage medium at any time. For information about the cookie settings, their changes and the deletion of cookies, please refer to the help function of your web browser.
The following are the most common types of cookies for your understanding:
1. Session cookies
While you are active on a website, a session cookie is temporarily stored in the memory of your computer in which a session ID is stored, for example to prevent you from having to log in each time you switch pages. Session cookies are deleted at logoff or lose their validity as soon as their session expires automatically.
2. Persistent or protocol cookies
A persistent or history cookie stores a file on your computer for the period of time that it expects. Through these cookies, websites remember your information and settings on your next visit. This results in faster and more convenient access, as you do not have to re-set your language for our portal, for example. When the expiration date expires, the cookie is automatically deleted when you visit the website that created it.
3. Third party cookies
Third-party cookies are provided by providers other than the operator of the website. For example, they can be used to collect information for advertising, custom content, and web statistics.
4. Flash Cookies
Flash cookies are stored as data elements of web pages on your computer when they are operated with Adobe Flash. Flash cookies have no time limit.
The following cookies are used on this website:
|Name of the cookie||Usage||Storage time||Type of cookie|
|s_cc||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by determining whether cookies are enabled in the user’s browser settings.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|s_dl||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by storing the number of days since the user last visited the page.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|s_sq||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by storing information about the links previously clicked by the user within the measured pages. This information is used to create a “ClickMap.” A “ClickMap” is an overview within Adobe Analytics that represents the total clicks of the user on the page.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|s_fid||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics and is used to designate a “unique visitor.” The cookie is a “fallback cookie” if the cookie “s_vi” that is normally used for this purpose is blocked.||2 years||Permanent or protocol cookie|
|s_depth||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by counting the number of pages the user has opened during their visit. Each time the user views a new page, this number is incremented by the value “1”.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|s_invisit||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by identifying whether the user is calling the domain for the first time. The cookie is TRUE or FALSE.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|s_ppv||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics. When a customer leaves the page, the cookie stores what percentage of the previous page was viewed by the user. This is relevant, for example, for pages where the customer can scroll down (“Percent per page viewed”).||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|s_vnum||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by storing the number of visits (“visits”) from a unique visitor (“unique visitor”). This allows you to measure how many times a visitor has been on the site within 30 days.||30 days||Permanent or protocol cookie|
|sc_appvn||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by storing the number of visits per application, and every application measured within Adobe Analytics receives a tracking name, for example, the Car-Net portal receives the application name Carnet ".||2 years||Permanent or protocol cookie|
|sc_fv||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by identifying which version of Flash Player the user has installed on their system.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|sc_prevpage||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by identifying which page the user previously visited at Volkswagen (“previous page”).||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|sc_prop32||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by identifying the current application. “Car-Net”, for example, is deposited as an application in the tracking of Adobe Analytics.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|sc_tsev||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics, and enables or is the prerequisite for calculating the time spent on a visit using the sc_tsv cookie.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|sc_tsv||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by storing the duration of the visit to the website based on the information in the cookie sc_tsev.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|
|sc_tsp||The cookie supports Adobe Analytics by giving the customer the customer’s visit timestamp, unlike the cookie sc_c68, which is assigned at the beginning of each page view to measure the duration of the page visit.||Until the end of the session||Session cookie|