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What types of cookies does Blue Collar use?
Blue Collar uses two types of cookies, persistent and session. A persistent cookie is set once you’ve logged in to your Blue Collar account. The next time you visit the Blue Collar website using the same device, the persistent cookie will enable us to recognize you as an existing user, so you may not need to log in before using our services.
A session cookie is used to identify a particular visit to the Blue Collar website. Session cookies expire after a short time, or when you close your web browser.
Other technology, such as Adobe Flash, can be used to place the functional equivalent of a cookie on your computer.
When does Blue Collar put cookies on my device?
Cookies may be set by Blue Collar when you visit BlueCollarBlackBook.com, or they may be set by other websites or services who run content on the page you’re viewing (known as third-party cookies).
What are cookies used for?
Cookies can be used to do lots of different things, like recognize you when you navigate to Blue Collar’s site, storing your preferences and improving your experience. Cookies also make your interactions with Blue Collar more secure, faster, and help us ensure that your Blue Collar experience is personalized to you and in line with your settings. Additionally, cookies allow Blue Collar to bring you advertising both on and off the Blue Collar site, and bring customized features to you through Blue Collar plugins such as our share button.
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