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What is a cookie
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The following explains information on how we use the different categories of cookies and the options to manage your settings for the data these technologies collect.
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Functionality Cookies: These cookies are used to remember certain choices made by the user (e.g. user name, user language or country/region, etc.) and to provide these users with enhanced personalized functionality based on this information. For example, these cookies allow users to easily find the information they need.
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How to control cookies
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