A good example is the Cookie Consent Bar that appeared at the top of the page when you first visited this website, when you clicked the button “Ok, thanks” a cookie was sent preventing the Cookie Consent Bar from re-appearing. If your cookies where disabled the Cookie Consent Bar would keep popping up on every page you visited on this website, wanting you to click Ok, quite annoying eh?
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