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How Does The Website Collect Your Personal and Non-Personal Data?
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At the point when you sign in, the website will likewise set up a few cookies to save your login data and your screen display choices. The login cookies stay for two days, and screen options cookies stay for a year. On the off chance that you select “Remember Me”, your login will persevere for about fourteen days. On the off chance that you log out of the website, the login cookies will be deleted.
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