Cookies Policy Manual

Our website (Devmac.co.uk) uses a technology widely known as “cookies”. These store small amounts of data on our visitors’ computers or devices. These are used to provide enhanced functionality and/or improved relevancy of information. Cookies are anonymous data that is not harmful to your computer.

Devmac only uses cookies that collect data pertaining to analytics software. These cookies are used to measure usage and performance of the site which can then be used to enhance the site. We also use a temporary session cookie. This allows us to hold data about login credentials during a browsers session. This begins when the user opens the browser window and finished once closed.

Once the browser is closed, all session cookies are deleted.

Information regarding analytics is used solely to analyse viewing habits, this then enables us to make decisions to alter the site to enhance user experience in the future.

We do not use cookies to collect or store your personal information, thus this information cannot be used to identify who you are.
Devmac currently operates under “implied consent” this means that by using our website and agreeing to this policy, you consent to our use of cookies in accordance with the terms listed.

Cookies our website Generates

Cookie NameUseExpires
PHPSESSID Enabled by default when Cookies are active. This session cookie is used as a method for PHP to keep track of sessions.Without this active, you will not be able to make use of session variables and certain functionality When the user’s browser is closed

Third Party Google Analytic Cookies

Cookie NameUseExpires
__utma Is used to distinguish users and sessions. It determines whether a visitor is unique 2 Years
__utmb Is used to establish and continue a users session with the website 30 Minutes From Update
__utmc This cookie operates in conjunction with __utmb to determine whether or not to establish a new session for a website visitor End of Browser Session
__utmt Is used to throttle request rate End of Browser Session
__utmz Is used to store the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached the site. 6 Months From Update

Additional Information

For more information regarding Cookies, you can visit:

For more information regarding Google analytics and their policy, you can visit:

For more information regarding deleting or blocking cookies on browsers, you can visit: