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    Here is an overview of the cookies that Influence4You uses.

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    Influence4You exchange for the needs of its websites internal information with your computer to make you use of the sites easier. For this we use cookies called performance cookies. The information collected gives us the opportunity to improve and optimize the user’s navigation. Thanks to this information, the websites of Influence4You will be able to better understand and be closer to the user. It also gives us the opportunity to test the new features of the websites under certain groups of users.

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