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LAST UPDATED: July 1, 2021
Below we list and describe the types of cookies we use when you take a survey with us. For information about cookies we use on other pages in our Sites, please see our Cookies Notice and Privacy Notice.
Please note that clearing or disabling cookies might impact your ability to take the survey effectively. Enabling cookies ensures a smoother survey-taking experience.
These cookies also help us to manage the traffic that comes to our website and provide you with quicker response times by distributing the traffic across our different servers, otherwise known as load balancing. (Example cookie name: EP201).
Other required cookies deliver essential functions of the survey taking experience for example preventing users from taking the same survey multiple times (RP_XXXXXXXX, P_XXXXXX) or may be required when we are migrating to upgraded or updated survey functionality.
These cookies are used to enable certain additional functionality and enable testing of new functionality. (Example cookie name: EP 202).
We never use these types of cookies on a survey-taking page in Europe. However if you have previously visited a Momentive Site and accepted advertising cookies on that site, these may appear in your browser settings while you are taking a survey.
|ep201||Required||1 hour||Set by load balancer. User tracking for abuse and troubleshooting problems.|
|RP_XXXXXXXX||Required||90 days||Enforces the one response per computer setting.|
|sso_user||Required||90 days||Determines if certain Enterprise respondents are authenticated if an account holder requires respondents to authenticate.|
|CX_XXXXXXXX and P_XXXXXXXX||Required||1 year||Used for pop-up surveys to track whether the survey was already taken to avoid re-showing the pop-up.|
|sm_ir||Required||session||Used by the instant results page so a survey creator can display data.|
|_splunk_rum_sid||Required||15 minutes||This is a site observability cookie that identifies/monitors site issues.|