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These cookies are needed for our website to function providing payment gateway security and other essentials. Therefore they are always on but they do not contain personally identifiable information (PII).
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|WordPress sets a couple of cookies that track logged in users and store user preferences set in their WordPress user profile. Woocommerce cookies provide security and functionality for the e-commerce store.
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|Analytics help us deliver better content to our audience. We have made sure no personally identifiable information (PII) is sent by anonymizing IPs.
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