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2.2 There are two types of cookie: persistent cookies and session cookies. Our website uses both types of cookies. Persistent cookies are stored as a file for a certain period of time until they are erased by you or the server that sent them. Session cookies are stored temporarily while you are browsing a website and disappear when the browser closes.
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4.3 Please note that blocking cookies may mean that you are unable to access all pages and features on our website. It may also lessen your user experience.
5.2 OnPoint uses the following cookies for the purposes set out below. The information collected may be shared with social media platforms and advertising and analytic partners with which we collaborate.
Necessary cookies enable the use of our website and ensure that the website’s basic features work as they should, from both a technical and visual perspective. These cookies also help us keep our website and our data secure. These cookies are essential and therefore cannot be opted out of.
Statistics cookies help us understand how visitors use our website by collecting and reporting aggregated information for analysis.
Functionality cookies allow us to remember information that changes the appearance of the website or features for enhanced functionality and customization.
Marketing cookies are used to track visitors to our website across other websites in order to market our products and services on other websites.
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