We use tiny files called “cookies” to identify individual users. To comply with regulations put forth by the European Union, we ask that you read and understand what cookies are before allowing them access to your computer.
A cookie is a very small data file that assigns each user a unique identifier. A website’s computer will always ask your computer for permission before sending a cookie. Note that your browser settings may automatically accept cookies without notifying you. Once your computer has accepted the cookie, that tiny file is uploaded to your browser, which then sends us anonymous information about your usage.
- Identify returning users vs. new visitors, which helps us keep statistics on our traffic.
- Maintain your display preferences, which improves your user experience.
- Keep track of your recent searches on our site and offer suggestions about where to look next.
- Make sure all our user features are working properly.
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