Updated April 14, 2019
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What’s a cookie?
“Cookies” are small text files that can be placed on your computer or mobile device in order to identify your web browser and the activities of your computer on Briminnie and other websites.
What’s a page tag?
“Page tags,” also known as web beacons or gif tags, are a web technology used to help track website or email usage information, such as how many times a specific page or email has been viewed. Page tags are invisible to you. Any portion of Briminnie, including advertisements and emailed newsletters, may contain page tags.
Do I have to accept them?
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