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to make the website work) on website visitors computers. Websites using cookies
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until May 2012 to comply.
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Cookies can be temporary lasting the length of your visit to a site called
session cookies or permanent to track your return visits and display
advertising targeted according to your previous history. Cookies are not
viruses and do not damage your computer. Depending on their origins and
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