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|Twittersess, ua, external_referer, guest_id, _twitter_sess, metrics_token, pid
||We use Twitter across our site; this cookie lets you use our Twitter features without having to log in, and contains some tracking information that Twitter uses to improve their services.
|Vuid, _utmt_player, player, _ga, _gat_UA-*
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||We use the Bit.Ly URL shortening service across our site. This cookie contains some tracking data that allows them to improve their services.
||We use BugHerd to manage quality control on our site. The cookies used here manage our developers’ identities when using this feature.
|PHPSESSID, exp_last_visit, exp_last_activity, exp_tracker, exp_csrf_token, exp_stashid
||These cookies contain some tracking data.
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