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– storing settings for how a website should be displayed (resolution, language etc.)
– switching on encryption of transmission over the Internet of sensitive information
– enabling observation of how users make use of the website and thus, collecting data on how the website can be developed in general
– linking the user's exposure to advertising on websites to the user's e-commerce transactions as a basis for calculating payment to the website and the advertising network
– collecting information about the user's behaviours in order to adjust and limit the content and the advertising on websites visited to these behaviours.
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