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Our cookies are used simply for the following purposes:
A 'session cookie' (_runlines_session) is used to remember your session, i.e. page activities, once you login. This cookie is essential for the functioning of the website, as web pages don't have a 'memory' of their own.
A 'remember me' cookie (remember_user_token) is used, if you tick the 'Remember me' box while logging in, to remember you on your next visit even if you close the browser.
A 'cookie consent' cookie (cookie_consent) is used to remember that you read and approved the cookie consent message, so that it's not shown to you again.
You can read more about cookies and their use by visiting www.allaboutcookies.org