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Cookies we use
|Cloudflare.com||Third party||> 5 years||CloudFlare https://www.cloudflare.com) is a [W:content delivery network] and threat protection service. It caches content from the site to reduce stress on the database server and serve you traffic faster. It also provides some backup operations if the site is down for maintenance or other technical issues. According to CloudFlare's privacy policies, the cookie records no personal data.|
|Third party||Variable||Ah yes, Google. We use Google Analytics to track usage stats because otherwise we don't see most of the inbound traffic (it's served from the CloudFlare caches). What can we say? It's free, it works.|
|WordPress.com||Third party||Variable||WordPress.com is the commercial side of [W:WordPress]. Cookies from Wordpress.com are used to enable single sign-in for comments using your Wordpress ID, for visitor statistics and various other features offered through the WordPress JetPack plugin. Some information on Wordpress.com's cookies.|
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