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What cookies do
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Cookies used on pl.injob.com
Below is a list of the cookies used on pl.injob.com and their use:
|_injob2015_session||First-party||This cookie identifies the current session during the visit of the site||Removed at the end of browsing session|
|jd-linkedin||First-party||This technical cookie stores the user’s choice of no longer displays the modal following In Job linkedin page||1 year|
|_ga||Third-party||Google Analytics: Used to distinguish users.||.injob.com|
|_gat||Third-party||Google Analytics: Used to throttle request rate||.injob.com|
|_hjIncludedInSample||Third-party||Session-based cookie set to let Hotjar know whether that visitor is included in the sample which is used to generate funnels.||www.injob.com|
|linkedin_oauth_776mqngdrn3ukn_crc||Third-party||Session-based cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin||www.injob.com|
|IN_HASH||Third-party||Session-based cookie used for Linkedin follow feature||platform.linkedin.com|
|IN_HASH||Third-party||Session-based cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin||api.linkedin.com|
|bcookie||Third-party||Cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin and/or for Linkedin follow feature||.linkedin.com|
|lang||Third-party||Session-based cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin and/or for Linkedin follow feature||.linkedin.com|
|liap||Third-party||Cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin and/or for Linkedin follow feature||.linkedin.com|
|lidc||Third-party||Cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin and/or for Linkedin follow feature||.linkedin.com|
|RT||Third-party||Cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin||.linkedin.com|
|bscookie||Third-party||Cookie used for Linkedin follow feature||.www.linkedin.com|
|JSESSIONID||Third-party||Cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin and/or for Linkedin follow feature||.www.linkedin.com|
|li_at||Third-party||Cookie used for Linkedin follow feature||.www.linkedin.com|
|sl||Third-party||Cookie used for Linkedin follow feature||.www.linkedin.com|
|visit||Third-party||Cookie used for Sign-in with Linkedin and/or for Linkedin follow feature||www.linkedin.com|
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