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Functional cookies are necessary to help our Services to work as intended. Some of these cookies include, but are not limited to:
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In addition, we also may include tracking pixels, which are small graphic images, in our email messages to determine whether the messages were opened and if the links were clicked. If you do not want to receive tracking pixels in emails we send you, you will need to disable HTML images in your email client, but that may affect your ability to view images in other emails you receive.
Advertising & Targeting
These third-party cookies are placed by third-party advertising platforms or networks to collect information about your visits to and actions on certain pages of our Services so that they can deliver ads for relevant HackerOne products and services to you later, such as when you are on certain third-party sites. These cookies also track ad performance.