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Microsoft Internet Explorer

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  • 2. Scroll down until you see cookies under ‘Privacy
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Google Chrome on OSX

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  • 2. Scroll down to ‘advanced settings’, select advanced settings
  • 3. Under Privacy select ‘Content Settings’ and you will see Cookies and the options that you can select.

Opera on OSX

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  • 2. Select ‘advanced’
  • 3. Select ‘Cookies’
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