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• To record the number of visitors as well as your first and last visit – this cookie expires after two years.
• Record the length of time you spend on the site – this cookie expires after 30 minutes.
• For statistical analysis in Google Analytics* – this cookie expires after 180 days.
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How long are cookies stored?
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