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Indegene Cookie Policy

Last updated: July 10, 2024.

Our Cookie Policy at Indegene ("we," "us," or "our") details how we utilize cookies to identify visitors on our website at https://www.indegene.com, explaining their purpose, function, and your rights in managing them. This policy applies to all resources, content, products, and services offered on our website.

What Are Cookies?

Websites send you small text files called cookies, which are then saved in your browser's cache so it can identify you and make your visits more enjoyable in the future. These are named to differentiate users and are classified as "persistent" (which persists after going offline) or "session" (which is erased upon browser closure). The group of technologies known as "Cookies" is used for a variety of functions, including language choice storage, username recall, analytics tracking, and the delivery of customized information based on user location and interests.

What Types of Cookies Are Used?

We utilize strictly necessary, performance, functionality, and targeting cookies to enhance user experience and functionality on our website. Cookies are categorized in this way according to their functionality and purpose.

Strictly Necessary Cookies: Are essential for a website's basic functioning, without them, you wouldn't be able to navigate the site or use its features properly.

Performance Cookies: Collects information on how visitors use a website. This information is used anonymously to improve the website's usability and performance. For example, it might track which pages users visit most often.

Functionality Cookies: Enhances user experience by remembering user preferences such as enabling personalized features without identifying individuals.

Targeting Cookies: Tracks user behavior across websites to deliver personalized content based on interests and browsing history.

How To Manage Cookies?

We provide a prominent customizable cookie banner on our website allowing access to Cookie Settings, enabling you to learn about and choose to accept or reject cookies based on their intended purposes and durations. Users can choose suggested choices:

Manage Consent Preferences: This provides a more granular approach where users can choose to accept or reject specific cookie categories based on their privacy preferences.

Accept All Cookies: A simple option for users who are comfortable with all cookie categories.

Reject All Cookies (Limited Functionality): Users can choose to block most cookies, although this might limit certain website functionalities.

What Information Is Collected And How It Is Protected?

We collect certain data about your browsing activity including the kind of device you use, its operating system, how long you spent on our website, and your location settings.

This information can be utilized to enhance our website operation and personalize your visit. In order to improve the user experience, we gather email addresses. For additional information about our privacy policies, how we manage your personal information, and how you can exercise your right to data protection, please refer to our Privacy Policy.

List of Cookies:

The list of cookies that are used on our website is provided below. Certain cookies or all the following cookies may set when you visit our website.

First-party cookies are set by us, and they are generated by the website you are currently viewing. Additionally, third-party cookies are used by us; these cookies come from domains other than the one you are presently on. These are used for analytics, advertising, and cross-site tracking, among other things.

Strictly Necessary Cookies

NamePurposeCookie CategoryDomain
_GRECAPTCHAThe primary purpose of the "_GRECAPTCHA" cookie is to enhance website security by providing CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) verification. It helps prevent automated bots from submitting forms and accessing sensitive areas of websites.First Party - Strictly Necessary CookiesGoogle.com
sp_tThis cookie from Spotify is stored when a user plays audio content from Spotify embedded in our website. It helps to collect information about the user's interaction with this audio content.First Party - Strictly Necessary CookiesSpotify.com
NIDThe 'NID' cookie is used by Google to store preferences and other information, such as preferred language, number of search results to show per page, and whether or not to enable Google's SafeSearch filter.First Party - Strictly Necessary CookiesGoogle.com
sp_landingCookies used by Spotify serve several purposes, including authentication, session management, personalization, analytics, and advertising. They help improve the user experience, provide personalized recommendations, and track usage statistics to enhance Spotify's services.First Party - Strictly Necessary CookiesSpotify.com
OptanonAlertBoxClosedThis cookie serves a single, clear function:
  • Suppressing Cookie Consent Banners: The OptanonAlertBoxClosed cookie stores information about a user's acknowledgment of the cookie consent banner on a website that uses OneTrust for cookie management.
First Party - Strictly Necessary CookiesOneTrust.com
OptanonConsentThe cookie 'OptanonConsent' manages user consent preferences for cookies on websites using the OneTrust platform, ensuring compliance with data protection regulations.First Party - Strictly Necessary CookiesOneTrust.com

Performance Cookies

NamePurposeCookie CategoryDomain
_ga_ZT3F6CWKL1Like the standard "_ga" cookie, the "_ga_ZT3F6CWKL1" cookie is used to distinguish unique users visiting a website. Its primary purpose is to collect anonymous information about user interactions with the website for analytics purposes.First Party - Performance CookiesGoogle.com
_clskConnects user actions across different webpages into a single session.First Party - Performance CookiesMicrosoft.com
_gaThe "_ga" cookie is used to distinguish unique users by assigning a randomly generated client ID. It is used to calculate visitor, session, and campaign data. Google Analytics primarily uses this cookie to track and report website traffic, as well as to provide insights into user behavior on the website.First Party - Performance CookiesGoogle.com
_clsk
  • The _clsk cookie is associated with Microsoft Clarity, a session recording and analytics tool used by some websites.
  • Its primary purpose is to group page views within a single user session for the purpose of creating session recordings.
First Party - Performance CookiesMicrosoft.com
_ga_xxxxxxxxxxThe primary purpose of the "_ga" cookie is to distinguish unique users visiting a website. It helps website owners understand how users interact with their site by collecting anonymous information about user behavior, such as the number of visits, session duration, and pages visited.First Party - Performance CookiesGoogle.com
cwr_sThis cookie is set by Amazon Web Services (AWS) specifically for their CloudWatch RUM service. Its primary function is to identify user sessions for websites that use CloudWatch RUM to monitor real user monitoring (RUM) data.First Party - Performance CookiesAmazon.com
_clsk
  • The _clsk cookie is associated with Microsoft Clarity, a session recording and analytics tool used by some websites.
  • Its primary purpose is to group page views within a single user session for the purpose of creating session recordings.
First Party - Performance CookiesMicrosoft.com
_gclxxxxThe '_gclxxxx' cookie is used by Google Ads to track conversions and attribute them to the appropriate ad click. It helps advertisers understand the effectiveness of their ad campaigns across different channels.First Party - Performance CookiesGoogle.com
cwr_u
  • The cwr_u cookie is associated with Amazon CloudWatch RUM (Real User Monitoring), a service used by websites to track user experience and performance.
  • Its primary purpose is to identify unique users for website analytics purposes.
First Party - Performance CookiesAmazon.com
_ga_J820RLJN1NThe primary purpose of _ga_J820RLJN1N is to track website traffic and user behavior for website analytics.First Party - Performance CookiesGoogle.com
AECThe primary purpose of the AEC cookie is related to authentication within Google services. It helps manage user sessions securely and ensures that users are authenticated when accessing various Google products and services.First Party - Performance CookiesGoogle.com
_ga_7GSCPYD9LJUsed by Google Analytics, enables the service to distinguish one visitor from another and lasts for 2 years.Third Party - Performance Cookiesgoogle.com
_ga_CHDJLY86JYUsed by Google Analytics, enables the service to distinguish one visitor from another and lasts for 2 years.Third Party - Performance Cookiesgoogle.com
_hjSessionUser_Used by Hotjar to track user behavior anonymously on a website to improve user experience and performance.Third Party - Performance Cookieshotjar.com
CLIDUsed by Microsoft Advertising to store and track information about ad clicks and user interactions, helping to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.Third Party - Performance Cookieswww.clarity.ms

Functional Cookies

NamePurposeCookie CategoryDomain
IRM
  • IRM cookies are used to control access to specific content on our website.
  • Users will need to provide their email address to unlock and view this gated content.
First Party - Functional CookiesIndegene.com
__IFRM__
  • The __IFRM__ cookie is used to manage the appearance of our "FRH" modal on the main pages of our website, including the homepage.
  • This cookie ensures the modal appears only for first-time visitors.
First Party - Functional CookiesIndegene.com
has_jsThis cookie detected JavaScript enabled/disabled in user's browser.First Party - Functional CookiesIndegene.com
__ICM__
  • The ICM cookie is used to manage the appearance of our "Contact Us" modal on the main pages of our website, including the homepage.
  • This cookie ensures the modal appears only for first-time visitors.
First Party - Functional CookiesIndegene.com
__GT__Gating the page requires users to provide their email. Cookies play a vital role, ensuring users who filled the form access content seamlessly, improving the end-user experience for accessing other reports.First Party - Functional CookiesIndegene.com
MUIDThe "MUID" (Microsoft User ID) cookie is used by Microsoft to uniquely identify users across its various domains and services for tracking and analytics purposes.First Party - Functional CookiesIndegene.com
has_jsThis cookie detected JavaScript enabled/disabled in user's browser.First Party - Functional CookiesIndegene.com
SMThe "SM" cookie primarily serves as a unique identifier to track user sessions and interactions with websites that have integrated Microsoft Clarity. It helps website owners understand user behavior, identify usability issues, and optimize their website's performance.Third Party - Functional CookiesIndegene.com
SEARCH_SAMESITEUsed to prevent the browser from sending this cookie along with cross-site requests.Third Party - Functional Cookiesgoogle.com
_ipregistry_sUsed by IPRegistry to store session data and preferences related to IP geolocation and related services.Third Party - Functional Cookiesipregistry.co

Targeting Cookies

NamePurposeCookie CategoryDomain
ANONCHKThe primary purpose of the "ANONCHK" cookie is to anonymously track user behavior and interactions on websites that have implemented Microsoft Clarity.First Party - Targeting CookiesMicrosoft.com
s_pltThe primary purpose of the "s_plt" cookie is to collect and analyze data regarding user interactions and engagement on LinkedIn's website.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
__Secure-3PSIDCCThe primary purpose of the "__Secure-3PSIDCC" cookie is to authenticate users across multiple Google domains and services.Third Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
s_ppvThe primary purpose of the "s_ppv" cookie is to collect and store information about user interactions and engagement on LinkedIn's website.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
__Secure-3PAPISIDBuilds a profile of website visitor interests to serve relevant and personalized Google ads.Third Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
s_ipsThe 's_ips' cookie on LinkedIn tracks the percentage of page viewed by users, helping to analyze user engagement.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
DVThe cookie 'DV' track and collect data to deliver and retarget ads tailored to user preferences based on specific websites visited.Third Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
_clckThe primary purpose of the "_clck" cookie is to track user interactions with LinkedIn advertisements and measure the effectiveness of LinkedIn ad campaigns.First Party - Targeting CookiesMicrosoft.com
AnalyticsSyncHistoryThe primary purpose of the "AnalyticsSyncHistory" cookie is to track and store information about LinkedIn advertising campaigns and user interactions across websites that use LinkedIn's marketing services.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
s_tslvThe primary purpose of the "s_tslv" cookie is to collect anonymous information about how users interact with a website. It helps website owners and marketers understand visitor behavior, traffic sources, and the effectiveness of marketing campaigns.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
YSCThis cookie tracks user engagement with embedded YouTube videosFirst Party - Targeting CookiesYouTube.com
__Secure-3PSIDTSMaintains user session state and personalizes experience across Google services.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
ar_debugGoogle Analytics cookies are used to collect information about how users interact with websites. The data collected includes details such as the pages visited, time spent on each page, the type of device used, and the source of the visit (e.g., search engine, referral website).First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
APISIDPersonalizes Google ads and YouTube videos.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
MRThe purpose of the "MR" cookie would depend on the service or platform it's associated with. It could be used for various reasons such as tracking user preferences, maintaining session information, or facilitating functionality on a website or web application.First Party - Targeting CookiesBing.com
__Secure-1PSIDThe primary purpose of the "__Secure-1PSID" cookie is to authenticate users across Google services. It helps verify the identity of users and maintain their session state securely.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
VISITOR_INFO1_LIVEThe primary purpose of the "VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE" cookie is to store user preferences and settings on YouTube. This includes preferences such as language settings, video playback preferences (e.g., autoplay settings), and other customizable options.First Party - Targeting CookiesYouTube.com
__Secure-3PSIDThe primary purpose of the "__Secure-3PSID" cookie is to authenticate users and maintain their session state across Google services that require secure authentication.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
__Secure-1PSIDTSThis cookie maintains user session and personalizes experience across Google services.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
lms_adsPurpose: This cookie is used for advertising purposes. It helps LinkedIn identify its members when they visit websites outside of the LinkedIn platform (also known as "off-LinkedIn"). This allows LinkedIn to:
  • Target these members with advertisements that might be relevant to their interests and profile information.
  • Track the performance of their advertisements across different websites.
First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
IDEThe primary purpose of the IDE cookie is to support Google's advertising services, specifically through the DoubleClick.net platform. It helps track user interactions with ads and measure ad performance across different websites and online platforms.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
gpv_pnIt tracks the previous page visited within a website.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
lidcRoutes user traffic to the optimal LinkedIn data center for enhanced performance.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
_gcl_auThe '_gcl_au' cookie is used to track conversions from Google Ads campaigns. It helps advertisers understand the effectiveness of their ads.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
lms_analyticsThe "lms_analytics" cookie is used by LinkedIn to track and analyze user interactions on the platform for analytics purposes.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
li_sugrThe primary purpose of the "li_sugr" cookie is to track user behavior and interactions on LinkedIn's website and platform. This includes tracking visits, clicks, and other activities to understand user engagement and preferences.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
VISITOR_PRIVACY_METADATAThe VISITOR_PRIVACY_METADATA cookie is associated with YouTube, a video-sharing platform. Its primary purpose is to store user preferences related to cookie consent.First Party - Targeting CookiesYouTube.com
SIDThe 'SID' cookie is used by Google to authenticate users, prevent fraudulent use of login credentials, and protect user data from unauthorized access.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
1P_JARThe primary purpose of the 1P_JAR cookie is to gather and store user preferences and settings across Google services. This includes preferences such as language preferences, search settings, and other customizable options.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
UserMatchHistoryThe 'UserMatchHistory' cookie is used by LinkedIn for advertising purposes. It allows LinkedIn to track users across different websites to present relevant advertisement based on the user's preferences.Third Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
HSIDThe HSID cookie is primarily associated with Google Accounts and is used for user authentication and session management.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
LangThe lang cookie is primarily used for website localization.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
s_tpThe 's_tp' cookie is typically used by Adobe Analytics (formerly known as Omniture SiteCatalyst) to track and analyze website traffic. Its main purpose is to store information about a user's interaction with a website, such as the percentage of the page viewed by the user.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
AMCV_14215E3D5995C57C0A495C55%40AdobeOrgThis cookie is associated with Adobe Experience Cloud, a platform offering various marketing, analytics, and advertising tools. The primary purpose of AMCV_14215E3D5995C57C0A495C55%40AdobeOrg is to serve as a unique visitor identifier.First Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
SIDCCThe 'SIDCC' cookie is used by Google as part of its security and user verification processes. Its primary purpose is to provide security to a user’s browsing experience by ensuring the integrity and authenticity of user data.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
s_ccStores information about how visitors interact with websites using Adobe Experience Cloud solutions.First Party - Targeting CookiesAdobe.com
SRM_BThe SRM_B cookie is associated with Microsoft and is primarily used for advertising purposes across various Microsoft properties and websites that use Microsoft advertising services. Here's a breakdown of its functionalities:
  • Ad Targeting and Retargeting: It helps build a profile of your interests and browsing habits to show you targeted ads on Microsoft websites and other websites that use Microsoft Advertising.
  • Cross-Site Tracking (Potential): The cookie might be used for tracking your activity across different websites that use Microsoft Advertising, allowing for a more comprehensive profile for ad targeting.
First Party - Targeting CookiesBing.com
SAPISIDThe primary purpose of the "_Secure-1PAPISID" cookie is to enhance the security of user data and interactions with Google services. It is part of Google's efforts to protect user information and prevent unauthorized access to accounts and services.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
__Secure-1PAPISIDStores user preferences and information for Google services such as search results and ad preferences.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
BcookieThe primary purpose of the "bcookie" cookie is to track user behavior and interactions on the LinkedIn platform and across websites that have embedded LinkedIn features, such as LinkedIn buttons or widgets. It helps LinkedIn to personalize content, provide targeted advertising, and analyze user engagement.Third Party - Targeting CookiesLinkedin.com
test_cookieThe primary purpose of the "test_cookie" is to check if the user's browser supports cookies. It's used as a preliminary step to ensure that the browser can accept cookies, which are essential for tracking and serving targeted advertisements.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
ar_debugGoogle Analytics cookies are used to collect information about how users interact with websites. The data collected includes details such as the pages visited, time spent on each page, the type of device used, and the source of the visit (e.g., search engine, referral website).First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
__Secure-1PSIDCCStores user authentication and session information securely for Google services.First Party - Targeting CookiesGoogle.com
liapUsed by non-www.domains to denote the logged in status of a member.First Party - Targeting Cookieslinkedin.com
_guidLinkedIn advertising cookies used to track user behaviour, targeting, advertising and analytics.Third Party - Targeting Cookieslinkedin.com
dfpfptUsed by LinkedIn for fraud prevention and security purposes. It helps detect and prevent malicious activities on LinkedIn's platform.First Party - Targeting Cookieslinkedin.com
TESTCOOKIESENABLEDUsed to track user’s interaction with embedded content.Third Party - Targeting Cookiesyoutube.com
bscookieUsed for remembering that a logged in user is verified by two factor authentication and has previously logged in.First Party - Targeting Cookieslinkedin.com

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