Third Party Cookies
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An example is given by the social plugins for Facebook, Twitter and Google +.
It is a part of the visited page generated directly from the above-mentioned site and integrated to the page of the host site. The most common use of social plugin is the sharing of content and the appreciations on Social.
We inform you that disable navigation cookies can cause shoddy navigation of our site.
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