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Type of cookies used by CRIF Decisions Solutions Ltd.
The CRIF Decisions Solutions Ltd. website uses the following categories of cookie:
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- Profile cookies: used to track the navigation of the user on the network and create profiles of the user's tastes, habits and choices. Based on these cookies, advertising messages can be sent to the user's computer in line with the preferences already demonstrated by the user.
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