What does it mean to opt out?
Cookies are specific to your browser. If you use multiple types of browsers on one computer (e.g., Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox) you will need to opt out separately for each browser.
Cookies are unique to each computer. Therefore you must opt out separately on all computers you use.
If you delete all of your cookies, specifically the “Opt Out” cookie, you will have to go through the opt out process again to reactivate your opted-out status.
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