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ICTRecht: Background of the Cookie Act
Consumentenbond: "What are cookies?"
Consumentenbond: "What are the cookies used for?"
Consumers' association: "Delete cookies"
Consumers' Association: "Disable cookies"
Your Online Choices: "A guide to online behavioral advertising"
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