Centresoft uses "Cookies" to tailor content and marketing, and to improve and adjust user experiences. To find out more about "Cookies", and the options available to manage them, please see below. By using this Centresoft website, you consent to our use of "Cookies".
A Cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we store on your browser or the hard drive of your computer if you agree. Cookies contain information that is transferred to your computer's hard drive.
For more information about our use of technologies that are similar to cookies, and your opt-out choices, please see the Similar Technologies section under Types of Cookies below.
Depending on the Property you are using, and the country you are based in, Cookies may be set on your computer or device by either:
These Cookies will generally be either:
We use the following Cookies:
To learn more about your opt-out choices for Cookies, please see the Managing Cookies and Do Not Track Options section below. To learn more about your opt-out choices for technologies that are similar to Cookies, please see the Similar Technologies section below.
Managing Cookies and Do Not Track Options
You can review your options to manage Cookies by:
If you reject all Cookies, you may not be able to use certain features of our website.
By using the website you agree, and we will assume you consent, to receive Cookies unless you manage your Cookie choices by one of the means set out above.
Please also note that the use of information obtained by third party providers listed in the Cookies List below through Cookies placed by them is also subject to their own privacy policies. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of these third party providers, as their privacy practices may vary from ours. Information collected by Cookies may be associated with your registration account or user profile.
You can find more information about the individual Cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:
Google Analytics (_gid, _ga, _gat)The _gid cookie tracks which instance of the playstation-gear.com website the user's are on and is used to differentiate between testers on the test sites, and real users on www. The _ga cookie is used to distinguish between users of the site for analytical purposes. The _gat cookie is used to throttle request rates when tracking analytics for Google Analytics.
The sc.ASP.NET_SESSIONID cookie provides the details needed to compile a recording showing multiple pages visited during a visitor’s unique visit to a web site. The cookie is named "sc.ASP_NET_SESSIONID".
SessionCam reporting console includes the ability to re-sort recorded sessions by unique user which uses the. This aggregates multiple visits from the same, unique user over a selected date/time range. The cookie "sc.UserId" is used to enable this report.
The cookie "sc.Status" is set on the first load of SessionCam to store whether SessionCam is to record the session or not. The cookie also stores data for whether ServiceTick web surveys are configured to launch for this hostname.
Logged In User (user)This cookie is used when a user is logged in to the system and chooses to remember their login. This should only be used on private devices. Without this cookie, the user will be forgotten when the browser closes and is optional on log-in.
Hosting (SERVERID)This cookie is used by the servers load balancer to optimise the user’s performance. It tells the hosting solution which server you should use, improving performance drastically.
User (user_locale, user_region)
The "user_locale" cookie remembers which language / localisation the user has selected to provide the user with translations in their locale. This doesn’t track any user data, just which locale they have chosen.
The "user_region" cookie remembers which country the user has selected to provide the user with stock levels and prices in their locale. This doesn’t track any user data, just which country / region they have chosen.