Cookies - what they are, and how Cision News uses them
What are cookies?
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Some cookies contain personal information - if you click on "remember me" when you log in, a cookie will store your user name. Most cookies do not collect information that identifies you, but collect general information about how a visitor accesses the webpage or how it is used.
Cookies on Cision News
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Some cookies are necessary for our site to work. They allow us, for example, to identify subscribers and to ensure that they can access certain content. If a subscriber chooses to disable these cookies, they may not be able to access content to which they are entitled.
- Cookies for performance and operation
- User Experience Cookies
We use some cookies to remember your preferences. This type of cookies means that you do not have to fill in your login details every time you visit our website. We also use this type of cookie, inter alia, to let you watch a video online or comment on a blog post.
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