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You should know that we may create third party cookies in order to display adverts that are most relevant to you. It’s also important you know that we can’t control what cookies are created by sites you visit before or after hyperglance.com. Each site is responsible for its own cookies; that’s a large part of how the internet works.
If you aren’t happy with our cookies, the best thing you can do is leave hyperglance.com and delete the related cookies. The ICO, the UK’s privacy regulator, has a great page the tells you more about cookies and how to delete them.