Last updated: May 25, 2012
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Cookies are used for a number of reasons:
- For web analytics to track website usage like how many individual unique users we have and which of our pages are visited most frequently and which features are used most often.
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What cookies does NEJM Journal Watch use?
The cookies we use can be grouped into four categories:
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Strictly necessary cookies let you navigate JWatch.org and perform essential website functions. This includes things like maintaining your user state throughout a session and remembering your selections as you complete a transaction. It also includes a cookie that remembers your login credentials when you select the "remember me" option at sign-in.
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