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We use the following types of cookie:
If you are reading content created on the Turtl platform, the following cookies may be used as part of your reading experience:
|readerId||Remembers readers between sessions||3650 days||UUID|
|lead_«id»||Remembers if a form has been submitted||3650 days||Boolean true/false|
|lead_dismissed_«id»||Remembers if a form has been dismissed||3650 days||Boolean true/false|
|cover_lead_«id»||Remembers if a cover form has been submitted||3650 days||Boolean true/false|
|pollDidVote_«id»||Remembers if a poll has been answered||3650 days||Boolean true/false|
|cached_«id»||Remembers if a Doc has been cached||3650 days||Boolean true/false|
|accessTokenId||Used in authentication processes||15 minutes||UUID|
|session||This cookie keeps a reader’s website session alive||Session||UUID|
|hasSeenCookieNotice||Remembers if a reader has seen our cookie notice||3650 days||Boolean true/false|
|noCookies||Remembers if the reader has opted out of cookies||3650 days||Boolean true/false|
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