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This declaration discloses the cookies practices for the Applicant Information System by American Councils for International Education (also known as "AIS" and "AIS Forms") at the following websites:
Which Cookies Do We Use and Why?
Direct, necessary, session cookies used by AIS Forms
Our website uses direct cookies that are necessary for the operation of our website and to analyze our traffic. Most of our cookies do not collect any personally-identifiable information; the "jwt" cookie temporarily stores some personal data under certain limited conditions (see below.) All direct cookies expire after you log out of your session.
For all cookies:
- Provider: AIS Forms (direct)
- Necessary: Yes
|woinst||Used to keep a user on the instance where they are logged in; created after login||Stores the instance number the user connected to; stores no personal data||End of AIS Forms session|
|wosid||Used for session maintenance; created after login||Stores the user's session ID; stores no personal data||End of AIS Forms session|
|jwt||Used to manage a session for a special single-page app, also known as a pre-form; created when a pre-form is opened||Stores a session identifier and some personal data (user's first name, last name, and AIS Forms username)||End of pre-form session|
|portal||Used for user interface (UI) customization||Stores user's brand; stores no personal data; rarely used||End of AIS Forms session|
|routeid_air, routeid_airreport,||Used by a proxy-based load balancer to direct a user back to their logged-in instance; we do not use this load-balancing method||Stores the name and port number of the instance the user connected to; stores no personal data; not used||End of AIS Forms session|
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Contact us at:
Gregg Detkos, Manager
AIS Development and Operations
ATTN: AIS Operations
American Councils for International Education
1828 L St NW Ste 1200
Washington DC 20036-5136