Strictly necessary cookies
Examples of strictly necessary cookies set by the BBC
Unique identifiers set for each unique browser to allow log analysis to determine the number of unique users for various parts of bbc.co.uk. Data is only used in aggregate.
BBCUGID may also be used as a key to storing preferences and personalisation data for sites such as BBC iPlayer.
|IDENTITY||The IDENTITY cookie is used to allow you to sign in to the BBC website. If you keep ‘Remember Me’ ticked, this cookie will remain on your computer for up to 30 days or until you click 'sign out'. Until that time, you'll remain signed in to the BBC website. If you un-tick ‘Remember Me’, this cookie will be removed when you close your browser session.|
|IDENTITY-HTTPS||This cookie provides extra security with your BBC iD accounts. If you view a BBC page using HTTPS, this cookie will be passed over that encrypted connection. As such this cookie provides the most security when identifying you as a user.|
|IDENTITY_SESSION||This cookie is used by BBC iD to identify you as a user between page loads. This allows BBC iD to remember certain settings, like which part of the BBC website you were using before you were asked to sign in or register. This cookie is destroyed each time you close your browser.|
|SSO2-UID||Allows you to be automatically signed in to a bbc.co.uk service which you have previously registered for.|
Search the site
Can't find what you need? Search here