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The ones with the funny names are used by Google (adverts and analytics) and AddThis (share buttons), you can view their end user policy by clicking on the link. The only ones I leave are called 'upperLimit', 'lowerLimit' and 'hasConsent'. They are for the cookie consent required by the EU, ironically, and the two sliders that allow you to change the difficulty of the puzzles. Myself I retain no individually identifiable information but you will need to refer to the policies above with regard to third parties.

I originally wrote this for debugging, you can remove some or all my cookies below.

The only ways to ensure there are no cookies left by me is to click 'remove all' then leave. Or to consult your browsers documentation. It is not possible to use this site without cookies.

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