Cookies used by Acquia Lift

Acquia Lift uses the following types of cookies when displaying targeted or recommended content to visitors, based on persistent, session, and temporary cookie types.

Types of cookies in Acquia Lift

Unless otherwise noted, the following cookies are required by Acquia Lift.

Persistent cookies in Acquia Lift

Name Description Duration
tc_3dnt Third-party cookie for do not track — Optional 10 years
tc_3ptid_<custId> Third-party person identifier, where <custId> is the customer’s identifier in Profile Manager — Optional 2 years (configurable in Profile Manager at Admin > Manage JavaScript)
tc_3ptidexpiry_<custId> Tracking tc_3ptid_<custId> cookie expiration value, where <custId> is the customer’s identifier in Profile Manager — Optional 2 years (configurable in Profile Manager at Admin > Manage JavaScript)
tc_dnt Set if a visitor has opted out of tracking and personalization — Optional 10 years
tc_ptid Randomly generated person identifier (used to associate a visitor with their profile) 2 years (configurable in Profile Manager at Admin > Manage JavaScript)
tc_q Local queue to store page views, clicks, or other captures when these events do not have time to be submitted to the server, due to user or client actions 2 years (configurable in Profile Manager at Admin > Manage JavaScript)
tc_ttid Touch identifier - a logical grouping of interactions that a web visitor may have with the website. 30 minutes after the last page view

Temporary cookies in Acquia Lift

Name Description Duration
tc_trackenabledtest Testing cookie (used to ensure browser can set cookies) Immediately deleted
lift_access Contains the temporary token’s access key and secret key Expires when the user signs out of Profile Manager

Third-party cookies and Acquia Lift

First-party cookies are enabled by default on Acquia Lift, and are created using the domain of the website that the visitor is currently viewing. Third-party cookies are optional in Acquia Lift, and if enabled, are created with the acquia.com domain.

Third-party cookies are useful if you maintain multiple websites that use different domain names, and want to track users across all of your domains. However, some browsers may prevent the creation of third-party cookies or limit their life span. For example, browsers using Webkit’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention, such as Safari, will delete cookies and browsing data if a website visitor has not interacted with your website in 30 days.

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