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- Cookies help us to understand what content is most useful to our visitors, and allow us to customise our services, content and advertising
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This is dropped after a successful email/password (or Facebook) authentication. It is either a session cookie (good until logout or browser quitting) or a "remember me" cookie. If this cookie exists upon subsequent visits to the login form, it is used to look up the TGT (Ticket generated after successful authentication with the authentication server) to re-grant the user permission back into the requesting application without having to redisplay the email/password form.
This cookie is deposited after a correct answer to a security question. The reference <<AA>> indicates that the Adaptive Authentication is enabled. If this feature is disabled, then the indication <<AA>> will be missing, but the intention and purpose of the cookie remains the same. It is used during subsequent connection attempts from the user, informing the Adaptive Authentication function that "Yes, the user has indeed answered a security question correctly before"
This cookie will be dropped if:
The Adaptive Authentication says "This time, do not ask the user a Security”. So, until the user closes their browser, they will not be prompted to answer the security question (or be presented with the two-factor authentication (2FA), if implemented), because this cookie exists for the duration of the session.
The user does not check the "Remember Me" box and correctly answers the security question correctly; in this case the Adaptive Authentication said, "Good job! "
This cookie is dropped at the same time as the login cookie and is used to store the system of marking / printing generated by the function of Adaptive Authentication. This token/print is a proprietary (of our Adaptive Authentication vendor) blend of the user's browser version/make/model, the OS version/make/model, the user's IP address, etc.
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These cookies are used to show you advertising on our site and on the websites of third parties, including via Criteo and Sociomantic.
These anonymous browser cookies, which are dropped by our providers Criteo and Sociomantic, allow them to track (on behalf of HomeAway) products viewed by the users and pages visited on HomeAway. At no point does Criteo or Sociomantic collect personal data, such as your name or address.
Cookies issued by third parties
These cookies help the third parties (while the cookies are valid) to:
- Count the number of display advertising content delivered via our advertising, identify and advertisements displayed, the number of users who clicked on each ad, allowing them to calculate the amounts due and thereby establish statistics;
- Recognise your device at any subsequent browsing of any other site or service on which these advertisers or third parties also place these cookies and, if necessary, adapt these third party sites and services or advertisements they broadcast to your device.
a. Google Analytics
Google Analytics uses its own cookies, to analyze the use of the site on behalf of the operator of that site. The information generated by the cookies about your use of the website is transmitted to Google. This information is then used for the purpose of compiling statistical reports to enable us to measure and analyse the number of visits to the site and its pages, the average time spent on the site and the pages viewed.
b. Social buttons
These "social buttons" are visible on our website to allow you to share content via social networks, including Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Google Plus.
Cookies are placed by these platforms on our site, and allow them to collect information about your browsing.
c. IT tests
These cookies, emanating from our contracted supplies, test at our request the features of our site and the performance of user navigation of our site.
Cookies placed by HomeAway on sites where our ads are present
When you access a site / application containing advertising of HomeAway, this advertisement may contain a cookie. This cookie may, subject to your choice, to be stored on your device, and allow us to recognize the browser on your device for the duration of the cookie.
These cookies are used:
- To account for the number of displays and activations of our advertising content on sites / third party applications, to identify these contents and sites / applications, determine the number of users who clicked on the content
- To calculate the amounts owed to parties in the chain of broadcast advertising (advertising agency, advertising, website / distribution medium) and compile statistics
- To adapt the presentation of the site which publishes our advertising content,
• According to the display preferences of your device (choice of language, display resolution, operating system used) when you visit our Site and on the hardware and software to view or read your terminal includes;
• according to the location data (latitude and longitude) that is transmitted to us (or our suppliers) from your device with your prior consent
- To follow subsequent browsing done by your device on sites / applications or other advertising content on which we operate cookies.