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What cookies do we use?
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One of the core functions of Curiosity Journals is to help leaders, students, and people passionate about making an impact cultivate the curiosity mindset. Therefore it makes sense for us to try and make it as easy as possible to share content and to see what content is popular on those networks. We add buttons to allow people to easily share to those networks. We also use Facebook to power the commenting functionality on the site.
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