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What's a Cookie?

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There are two types of cookies: permanent (stored in a disk file) and temporary (stored in your computer's memory). Temporary (or per-session) cookies go away when you exit your browser. Permanent cookies are written to disk by your browser. bivio uses both types of cookies to give you the highest quality service.

Are Cookies Secure?

Each website has its own cookies. Your browser only returns the cookies which came from our site. Cookies from are only returned to's servers. We take the extra precaution of encrypting the contents. Even if another site could get our cookies, they wouldn't be able to read any information.

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