What Are Cookies?
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Is It Safe to Accept Cookies?
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How Do I Change Cookie Settings?
You can enable or disable cookies and delete cookies in your browser settings. This option is usually found in the Privacy section under Options, Settings, Tools, or Preferences, depending on your browser.
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