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What Are Cookies

“Cookies” are a feature in your browser software. A cookie is a small text file that is stored on a user's computer for record keeping purposes and to improve your experience. If enabled, we may write cookies that may store small amounts of data on your computer.

How We Use Cookies

Using Cookies is a common practice with many professional sites. When you visit the Site, if your computer and browser allow receiving Cookies, we send you a Cookie to be stored on your computer. By using the Cookie, we track certain non-personally identifiable information with respect to your behavior on the Site. Cookies assist us in tracking which of our features appeal the most to you and what content you may have viewed on past visits. When you visit the Site again, cookies can enable us to customize our content according to your preferences. We may use cookies to: keep track of the number of return visits to the Site; accumulate and report aggregate, statistical information on the Site's usage; deliver specific content to you based on your interests or past viewing history.

Disabling Cookies

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