What are cookies?
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If you are user of the GitDailies service and you log into the GitDailies web app (app.gitdailies.com), we will set a cookie when you log in. This cookie is used as part of the authentication process, so that you don’t have to log in on every visit. The cookie is strictly necessary for the operation of the GitDailies web app, and it is deleted when you logout.
No third party cookies are used.