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This site uses different types of cookies.
Cookies used on the Lockdown Social websites
Here is a list of the cookies we use and why, some may collect personal data.
Name of Cookie / Expiry_pk_id# / 1 year
_pk_ses# / 1 day
cb-enabled / 1 year
i/jot/syndication / Session
lang / Session
local_storage_support_test / Persistent
pwk/p.php / Session
utm.gif / Session
utma / 2 years
utmb / 1 day
utmc / Session
utmt / 1 day
utmz / 6 months
widgetsettings / Persistent
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