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If you do not want cookies stored on your computer, you can turn off the feature in your browser settings. How you shut off cookies depends on which browser you use. You can find more information about this in your browser’s help function. This also means that many features of our website will not work for you.

Privacy and Cookies on Pixelmarketers does not store any personal information in cookies but only the information that allows all of our services to function during the visit (session) on our website. Future sessions creates new cookies with new values. We use permanent cookies only to store user preferences, not ID or personal data.

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There are two types of cookies that are used for different things, these are called permanent cookies and session cookies.

A permanent cookie saves a text file on the user’s computer. This file is stored between the user visits the site. This file can be read and written by the same website on several different occasions. One possible use of a permanent cookie may be that of personal settings on the website should be retained for a longer time.

Session cookies are used to identify authenticated users and give the correct permissions. A session cookie is created during a visit to the site and stored only in your computer’s memory as long as the browser is running. One use of a session cookie is that permissions control the information on the website. It may even be to keep track of it is the same people who do all the steps in a flow, eg shopping on a site.

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