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Below you can find out about the cookies the Maven site uses:
|Type of Cookie
||What it is used for
||A cookie that is stored temporarily and is destroyed when you close the website. There is no personal information stored within this cookie. It helps ensure that once you click the disclaimer you will not need to click it again in the same session.
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