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Tag4ARM and Cookies
1._pk_ref: This cookie stores the referrer of website (6 month duration)
2._pk_ses: This cookie is used to store the session of visitor. After every 30 minutes, if there is no visitor activity within 30 minutes, then visit will be considered as new after visitor action. This data is then sent to www.tag4arm.com (30 minutes duration).
3._pk_cvar: This cookie identifies unique users for the custom variable tag when it is used ("page" level custom variable will store the name/value in the next page view tracked).
4._pk_id: This cookie is used to store the visitor ID. This identifies whether a user has previously visited the website or not (13 months duration).
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