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The Smooth-On website and Shop.Smooth-On.com webstore implement cookies to enable certain functionality and to help improve the site. Detailed information about the cookies these sites place on your computer (called "first party" cookies), or how using these websites might enable other sites to store cookie files on your computer (called "third party" cookies), can be found below.
|Session cookies allow web applications to identify a single user across multiple pages during a single visit to the website, and consist of a randomly generated alphanumeric ID.|
|Smooth-On makes use of YouTube and Wistia video services to embed streaming media on certain pages of the website. These cookies aid in the operation of these services.|
|reCAPTCHA||NID||Google's reCAPTCHA service helps us prevent automated web crawlers (bots) from submitting spam via web forms. This service makes use of a cookie to store successful and unsuccessful test attempts.|
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|Google Analytics stores non-personally identifying information about your visit that we can view in aggregate to monitor the health and usage of the website, and to identify potential areas of improvement. If you place an order with us, non-personally identifying details about your order will be collected alongside a pseudonymous identifier.|
|Google Analytics Advertising Features||IDE||Smooth-On has opted into Google Analytics Advertising Features, which allows us to track the conversion of search and display network ads, enable us to create remarketing lists for advertising campaigns, and allow us to view non-personally identifying information in aggregate about our visitors’ demographic information including gender, age range, and interest affinities. These services allow Google to place cookie files on your computer via its doubleclick.net domain.|
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|Pingdom||__cfduid||These sites make use of Pingdom to track the availability and load times of pages, which makes use of a third-party cookie.|