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|Comprend WaaS||cookieAgree||12 months||This cookie is stored when closing the cookie consent banner.|
|Google Analytics||_gat_waas||1 minute||Used to throttle request rate.|
|Google (YouTube)||1P_JAR||1 month||See below|
|YouTube||APISID||2 years||See below|
|YouTube||HSID||2 years||See below|
|Google (YouTube)||NID||6 months||See below|
|YouTube||SAPISID||2 years||See below|
|YouTube||SID||2 years||See below|
|YouTube||SSID||2 years||See below|
|Google (YouTube)||SIDCC||3 months||See below|
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