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There are two types of cookies: permanent and temporary (so-called session cookies). Temporary cookies are deleted when you close the browser, and are used, inter alia, to detect that a user is in the webpage and the choices that the user makes. Permanent cookies are saved as a file on your device over a longer period of time to customize the site to your wishes, choices, and interests. For example, they can be used for features that tell you what’s new since you last used the site and to keep track of which language you’ve chosen.
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