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We use the following cookies:
|_ga, _gid, _gat, _gat_gtag_UA-XXXXXXX-X||Google Analytics: allows us to analyse user experience on the website||1 week|
|countryCode||Records the country selected on a product page, pre-selecting that country on other product pages||Session|
|RPTLLB||Used for load balancing traffic so all requests from a user go to the same server||Session|
|_GRECAPTCHA||Set by reCAPTCHA for the purpose of providing its risk analysis. See Google’s documentation for further information.||6 months|
|phpbb3_XXXX_k, phpbb3_XXXX_sid, phpbb3_XXXX_u||Used to identify user sessions||1 month|
Product Information Portal:
|_product_information_session||Used to identify user sessions||1 week|
The MagPi, HackSpace, Wireframe, Custom PC & Digital SLR Photography:
|_magazines_session||Used to identify user sessions||Session|
|__stripe_mid, __stripe_sid||Set by Stripe for fraud prevention purposes and to assess the risk associated with an attempted contribution. See Stripe’s documentation for further information.||1 year and 30 minutes respectively|
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