Cookie Policy

This Cookie Notice explains how the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC, we, us) uses cookies and other similar technologies on our website (Platforms). This Cookie Notice explains the types of Cookies we use and why. It also explains how you can change your Cookie preferences. 

You should read this Cookie Notice alongside our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy.

  1. What are cookies and other tracking technologies?

Cookies are small piece of data (alphanumeric files) that are placed on your device when you visit websites. They are commonly used to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information about your use of the website and display content and advertising that is relevant to you.  Other, similar, technologies can also be used to achieve these outcomes.  This could include, for example, SDK tools (which are used on mobile apps), tracking pixels, advertising IDs, social media plug-ins, HTML local storage, Local Shared Objects and device fingerprinting techniques.  In this Cookie Notice, we will use the term “Cookies” to refer to both cookies and similar technologies. 

  1. Why do we use Cookies?

We use Cookies for a variety of purposes.  For example, to enable you navigate between webpages efficiently and to allow our Platforms to remember your preferences.  Cookies can track browsing behaviour to help us to understand how our Platforms are used so that we can improve them and generate more revenue. Cookies can also help ensure that any adverts that you see on our Platforms and other websites are more relevant to you and your interests.

  1. What Cookies do we use and how long will they stay on my device?

Where we place Cookies on your device, these are called first party Cookies. 

Some Cookies will stay on your device only for as long as you are accessing our Platforms during a single browsing session and so are temporary.  These are known as session cookies.  Other Cookies are stored on your device for longer periods to enable our Platforms to “remember” you and your preferences. These are known as persistent cookies.

Some of the Cookies we use are strictly necessary for our Platforms to operate effectively. Others are not necessary but are used for a variety of purposes which are outlined in the table below.

Strictly necessary Cookies

These are Cookies which are essential for our Platforms to operate.  For example, Cookies that are used to help a webpage load quickly.

Here are the strictly necessary Cookies we use and why:​​

Cookie Name
Expiry Period

LFR_SESSION_STATE_userId (First party cookie)

This cookie is used for user session identification, user authentication, remembering user language preference, and managing user sessions. It is the state of the current session, the value is the date-time of login.

Session, Expires when the browser session ends.

COOKIE_SUPPORT (First party cookie)
It is a boolean value,that  tells the portal if cookies are enabled or not

JSESSIONID (First party cookie)
JSESSIONID is an ID generated by Servlet containers like Tomcat or Jetty and used for session management in the J2EE web application for HTTP protocol. The ID is sent to the client either within a cookie (default) or as part of the URL (called URL rewriting, used only if cookies are disabled on the browser)
Session, that means when the session expires or the browser is closed or the user logout, JSESSIONID will expire
GUEST_LANGUAGE_ID (First party cookie)
This cookie is used to specify the language. It is the guest's language ID

COMPANY_ID (first party cookie)
Unique identifier for the visitor's company. It's the ID of the current instance
SCREEN_NAME (First party cookie)
It is an encrypted screen name

PASSWORD (First party cookie)
It is an encrypted password. This cookie would be stored when the user checks the "Remember me" option.
default expiration value of cookies is one year
LOGIN (First party cookie)
It is encrypted login authenticate info, default authenticate type is an email address. So this cookie is encrypted of the user email address. This cookie would be stored if the user checks the “Remember me” option.
The default expiration value of cookies is one year
REMEMBER_ME (First party cookie)
This cookie would be stored when the user checks the "Remember me" option. By default, it is a boolean value i.e., true. 
The default expiration value of cookies is one year.

Performance Cookies 

These Cookies help us to improve the way our website works.  For example, they gather information that allows us to count the number of visitors to our Platforms and to see how visitors move around our Platforms.

Currently, no performance cookies are applicable for the portal.


Functionality Cookies / Social media

These Cookies allow the Platforms to remember choices you have made such as your user name, language, the region you are in. They therefore provide a more enhanced and personalised experience.  

They also include social media plug-ins which enable you to share our Platform content via your social media account(s) or easily share information with others.  We have a presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, TikTok, Weibo, Douyin, Kuaishao, Toutiao and WeChat. If you click on any of the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube icons on our website, you will be taken to our pages or profiles on those platforms. The platforms may then start tracking your behaviour using Cookies for their own purposes; for example, to better understand your interests so that they can present relevant content or advertising to you.  Data about you may also be transmitted to the social media channel even if you don’t click on the plug-in.  The social media platforms will provide us with statistical information, which we use to help understand how you and our other users interact with our social medial presence.  All these platforms provide you with some control over their use of non-essential tracking technology and you can find details of how to exercise this control by reviewing their privacy and cookie notices.  We have contractual arrangements in place with the social media channels we use.  Please contact us for more information.


Targeting / advertising Cookies

These Cookies record information about your visit to our Platforms to help target advertising and to build a profile of you.  For example, the pages you have visited, the links you have followed, the number of times you’ve seen an ad, the ads you have clicked on and your browsing habits / interests.    

Our advertising partners use this information to make the ads you see both on and off our Platforms more personalised and relevant to your interests. They may combine it with other information they have about you, for example information about your browsing habits on other websites or information they have obtained from third party data brokers. This will then be used to create a profile of you so that relevant advertising is shown to you. You might also see our advertisements on other websites that you visit.

Targeting / advertising Cookies may also be used for other purposes such as ad click fraud detection, market research, product improvement and debugging. 

Cookie name and advertising partner
Type of data collected
Expiry period
This cookie is set by YouTube to track views of embedded videos.
This cookie is set by Youtube to keep track of user preferences for Youtube videos embedded in sites;it can also determine whether the website visitor is using the new or old version of the Youtube interface.
6 Months
This cookie is set by Doubleclick and carries out information about how the end user uses the website and any advertising that the end user may have seen before visiting the said website.
1 Year

Our marketing emails

Our marketing emails contain a campaign-unique “web pixel” to tell us how you interact with our communications.  For example, whether you opened the email or clicked on a link in it.  We use this information to help determine which of our emails are more interesting to you and to query if you should to continue receiving emails if you do not open them. In general, these pixels help us to understand how effective our marketing campaigns are and your level of engagement with us. The pixel will be deleted when you delete the email.

If you do not wish the pixel to be downloaded to your device, you should opt-out of email marketing altogether or configure your email to not load remote images by default or view your emails in plaintext format. 

List-based targeting 

Sometimes we will use Cookies, or other identifiers such as your email address, to create a list of  individuals who we would like to target advertising about our products and services to when those individuals use certain social media platforms.  This type of list is often referred to as a “Custom Audience”.  For more information about our use of this type of list based marketing and other similar tools, please visit our Privacy Policy.

4. How to change your Cookie preferences 

You can change your cookie preferences at any time by clicking on the icon at the bottom of this webpage.  You can then adjust the available sliders to ‘On’ or ‘Off’ and then click ‘Save and close’. You may need to refresh your page for your settings to take effect.

Alternatively, most web browsers allow some control of most cookies through the browser settings. Find out how to manage cookies on popular browsers:

If you use a smart phone, you can usually prevent cross-site tracking and block Cookies in the settings section on your device. You may also be able to visit websites without leaving a history by turning private browsing on.   You should visit the support section of the website of your device for more information on how to do this.

[Our mobile app

You can change your preferences in the ‘Privacy Settings’ section of our app.

To help control or block certain ads in mobile apps in general, you may choose to download trusted third party ad blockers.  For example, in some regions, you can utilise the DAA mobile app:]


5. Changes to this Cookie Notice


We will inform you of any changes to this Cookie Notice by posting them on this page and updating the Cookie Table above. 

This version of our Cookie Notice was uploaded on 28/09/2021.


6. Contact Us


If you have any further questions in relation to this Cookie Notice, please contact us at