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What are cookies?
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You can also control optional cookies when you use citizensinformationboard.ie. You can do this through the “Manage Cookie Preferences” link at the bottom of every page on citzensinformationboard.ie. We set out information about the optional cookies we use in ‘What cookies do we use?’ below
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What are cookies?
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