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The myCollection Cookie is used to store the numeric IDs of a user’s content collection as well as a possible "received” content collection. If user denies cookies, usage of My Collection is not possible. Upon request of the My Collection Section the IDs are transferred to the Server and evaluated. No information aside from the collection-IDs is used.]
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