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What are cookies?
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EnjoyLegal website mainly use original cookies. They are installed and controlled by the EnjoyLegal, not by external organizations.
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We use 3 types of original cookies, for:
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ensure the proper operation of the sites
collect analytical data (about user behavior)
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