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In order to provide you with a dynamic and fast website MyScript uses Content Delivery Networks (CDN), such as Google, which are globally distributed networks of proxy servers whose goal is to provide high performance content to end-users. For example, online content such as text, graphics and scripts. CDNs may place code trackers on your machine in order to follow your use of internet sites and applications and to personalize your browsing experience.