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The table below explains the cookies we use and why.
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|Session ID cookie
The ASP.NET session state is a technology that lets you store server-side, user-specific data. Web applications can use this data to process requests from the user for which the session state was instantiated. A session state user is identified by a session ID. Session IDs are a 120-bit random number that is represented by a 20-character string and stored on in the ASP.NET_SessionId cookie.
When a user first opens their Web browser and then goes to our web site, a cookie is sent to the browser with the name "ASP.NET_SessionId" and a 20-character value.
When the user browses within the same DNS domain, the Web browser continues to send this cookie to the domain for which it was sourced.
This cookie is deleted when you close your browser.
If you disallow these cookies you may not be able to access all the features of this site.
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| Hit Tail
||Cookies placed by HitTail for web surfers contain non-personally identifiable information and are deleted when you close your web browser. We collect non-personal information about your use of our website as a web surfer. Every computer that accesses HitTail is assigned a different cookie that allows us to statistically monitor how many people are using the website. We also may use cookie information to determine the popularity of certain content.
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