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Our cookies are required to remember your choices. If you have specifically turned cookies off in your browser, you will need to reconfigure your browser to accept cookies or you will not be able to sign in to Find a Crew™.

No, they are not. Cookies are nothing more than a tiny record consisting of a domain that set the cookie, an expiration date and the name/value pair. Cookies are highly restricted by the browser and can't be made to compromise your computer. Cookies are simply text and nothing more. They can't execute a program, nor can they be used to spy on you.

This table explains our cookies and why we use them:

Cookie

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Purpose

Timezone

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This cookie is used to store your selected timezone
 
User

Remember

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Remember your user name between sign ins
Sign in

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This cookie is required to sign in to Find a Crew™ it stores a reference to your current session and language
 
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These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.
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Microsoft Edge (W10) More (Alt+X) > Settings > View Advanced Settings > Cookies
Microsoft IE11 Tools (Alt+X) > Internet options > Privacy > Advanced
Opera Opera Opera > Settings (Alt+P) > Privacy & security > Cookies
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