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The cookie from the The Website is a persistent cookie and it will be deleted from your computer when it reaches its expiry date but not before unless you delete it yourself.
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Blocking cookies on The Website will prevent you to use The Website as a logged in user. You will not be able to send messages to other users or to view locked parts of the MyWebDoctor.net reserved for logged in users only. You will be able to read those The Website parts which are open for non-logged users such as for example news.
27th January 2015