Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

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Most web browsers, such as Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer, are set to accept cookies automatically. But you may choose to change these settings in your browser.

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Cookies used by Belitung Nursing Journal

OJS (Open Journal System) platform sets a cookie called OJSSID. Standard expiration time: End of a browser session or 30 days. Description: It contains a machine-generated session-id for the OJS platform that will keep track of your browsing session and log in to the OJS-webpage. This cookie is typically deleted at the end of the browsing session. However, if you check "remember me" when you log in, you may quit your browser and open it later, and you will still be logged in. In that case, this cookie will expire after 30 days from your last visit or until you log out and close your browser. This cookie is necessary to log in to the OJS platform. You will still be able to access all articles on the OJS platform with cookies disabled, but you will not be able to perform any tasks that require the user to be logged in.
BNJ uses the 3rd party Google Analytics to analyze the traffic on our website. Read more about the cookies used by Google Analytics.