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There are two types of cookies which may be used: session and persistent. Session cookies are temporary and only last during a specific visit. They disappear off your website when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies stay on your computer after the browser has been closed. They can’t read information on your hard drive and don’t identify you personally, but do recognise your browser.
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