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Like most websites, TheNAIRA.com uses only necessary and functionality cookies. Our cookies aren’t used to identify you personally or track your web performance, they’re simply here to make the site work better. You can delete these cookies from your browser as you wish.
Here are some specific cookies used:
Account: If you have an account on TheNAIRA.com, cookies are used to .
- Allow registered users to authenticate and perform account related functions
- Verify you are the same person when you are logged in, and your preferences.
- Recover your account if you ever lose access to it
Comments: When visitors comment on TheNARA,com they get cookies stored on their computer. This is purely a convenience, so that the visitor won’t need to re-type all their information again when they want to leave another comment.
Spam: We use a single session cookie named “bb2_screener_”. This cookie, which expires at the end of the user’s browser session, records the user’s IP address and time of their most recent visit to our site and may identify and disable the accounts of spammers.
Third Party: TheNAIRA uses third party advertising plugin. These networks may add cookies to advertisements placed in TheNAIRA.com. These cookies are used to display relevant advertising to visitors. They may track details about visitors such as the number of times particular ads have been displayed, the number of clicks they have received, and to measure the effectiveness of the campaigns by building up user profiles.