Last Updated: September 5, 2020
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- Types of Cookies the Company Uses.
|Type of Cookie||Purpose|
|Analytics||Company uses third-parties like Google Analytics to analyze the use of the Site. These third-parties generate statistical and other information about Site use by means of cookies. Additionally, the third-parties may store information about your device, time of visit, pages visited, time spent on a given page of the Site, links clicked, IP address, browser, mobile network information, and type of operating system used.|
|Preference||These cookies are used to store user preferences like language, choice, and display of search results.|
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