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They store information about your browsing preferences and history, both on a specific site and browsing among several sites. Since, some cookies allow the website to remember the preferences you used in your previous visits, it makes your subsequent visits provide much more user-friendly and personalized experiences.
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TRAGGER’s website (tragger.com.tr) contains Google Analytics cookies. Google Analytics is Google’s free analysis tool that allows website and app developers to understand what visitors are doing on their websites and apps. It may use several cookies to collect information and report the website usage statistics to Google without identifying any data of visitors. In addition to reporting the website usage statistics, Google Analytics can be used in order to make more relevant ads shown to you on Google properties (such as Google Search) and across the web, with some of the marketing cookies.
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