Cookies

The OpenChannels website uses "cookies" or small text files to collect non-personal information about your visit. Cookies are alphanumeric ID codes that are used by web browsers (think Firefox or Safari) to identify yourself to a website. Cookies are necessary for logging in with your user account so the OpenChannels website can tell the difference between your browsing and your neighbor's.

Cookies are also used to track the pages you visit on the site. If you comment once in the Forums, the cookie your browser creates will automatically fill in the Name and Email fields on comment blocks throughout the site. It's a great method for saving your time.

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