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There are many different types of cookies. For a detailed list of cookies used on our websites, please refer to the section below on “What types of Cookies do we use?”
Our performance, functionality and targeting/advertising Cookies are not strictly necessary for the Sites to work but will provide you with a better browsing experience. You can delete or block these Cookies, but if you do this, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit the Sites and some features of the Sites may not work as intended. For example, you may not be able to visit certain areas of the Sites or you may not receive personalized information when you visit our Sites.
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We, or other parties we do business with, may place or recognize unique cookies or other technologies placed on your browser when you visit the Sites to collect information about your use of the Sites and your other online activities over time and across different websites and apps, and may use that information to serve interest-based advertisements to you as you browse the Internet.
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We use different types of cookies to run our Sites. Some or all of the cookies identified below may be stored in your browser.
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