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What types of cookies does Clarkes Albany use?
There are generally four categories of cookies: “Strictly Necessary,” “Performance,”
“Functionality,” and “Targeting.” Clarkes Albany routinely uses all four categories of cookies on the
Service. You can find out more about each cookie category below.

1. Strictly Necessary Cookies. These cookies are essential, as they enable you to move
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2. Performance Cookies. These cookies collect information about how you have used the
Service, for example, information related to the unique username you have provided, so
that less strain is placed on our backend infrastructure. These cookies may also be used
to allow us to know that you have logged in so that we can serve you fresher content
than a user who has never logged in. We also use cookies to track aggregate Service
usage and experiment with new features and changes on the Service. The information
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3. Functionality Cookies. These cookies allow us to remember how you’re logged in,
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Service in other ways, such as customizing the toolbars we offer in the right column of
every page. The information these cookies collect may be anonymous, and they are not
used to track your browsing activity on other sites or services.

4. Targeting Cookies. Clarkes Albany, our advertising partners or other third party partners may
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How long will cookies stay on my device?
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deleted. First and third party cookies
First-party cookies are cookies that belong to Clarkes Albany, third-party cookies are cookies that
another party places on your device through our Service. Third-party cookies may be placed
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