Date of Last Revision: May 29, 2018
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Who sets them: First-party cookies are set by Noitom International, Inc. Third-party cookies are set by companies other than Noitom International, Inc, such as analytics providers.
What they do: Cookies help us understand how our services are being used (i.e., analytics) and deliver advertisements. Some cookies may track you across multiple websites you visit (including ones not operated by us) to help deliver specific content that may be relevant to you.
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