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The user, of course, can delete their cookies anytime they want using the browser's tools. Web applications can only modify cookies on user computers that are within your same domain. So if your domain wrote the cookie, you can expire or change it. If the cookie is from somebody else's domain, you can not touch the cookie. You realize this is obviously a good thing!

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I thought that was the case with foreign cookies. Paypal's cookie inclusion in the user's cache is erking my checkout process thow.. but I suppose that's why there are other merchant solutions out there, so you won't have to deal with that :P

Thanks for the input Troy :)

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