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Who sets the cookie?

First party cookies are set by the website that you are visiting (in this case, us) and can only be read by that website. Third party cookies are set by an organisation other than owner of the website. These might be for measuring traffic or for allowing a visitor to watch a video from that third party.

It’s up to you

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