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Yes, with the primary purpose to make our website work more effectively.
We use different kinds of cookies for various reasons:
There are also limited third-party cookies on the site. These cookies could be session or persistent and are set by entities other than Skipthegames.com. To ensure compliance with our policies, we restrict the use of third-party cookies to trusted partners of Skipthegames.com. For example, we currently allow:
We do not use re-targeting cookies and do not use flash cookies (sometimes known as local shared objects or LSOs). We do not allow third-party advertising networks to drop cookies on our site to behaviourally target advertising to our users, either.
No. We don't use re-targeting cookies or flash cookies or any other kind of cookie that can capture personally identifiable information (PII).
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You can browse Skipthegames.com with cookies disabled, though some interactions may not work. For example, ticking the "Stay logged in" box at login will not actually keep you logged in to the site unless you have enabled cookies. You may not login to your account, nor may you post an ad without having cookies enabled.
If you close the banner and it reappears the next time you visit us, you most likely have cookies disabled. We use a persistent cookie to remember that you closed the banner, but this only works when cookies on our site are enabled.
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