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Like many other websites, getWonderboard.com will generate and send one cookie to your computer. This cookie is used to simplify user experience of the Wonderboard service.
Once you create a new Wonderboard on the web site, you receive a specific url. The first time you enter this URL in the browsers of every screen where you want to display your Wonderboard, you have to log in. A new session is then created with the network to receive the information in real-time.
A persistent cookie (i.e. one that remains after the browser is closed) will be used to help this process. To maintain your session active and avoid you to log in each time the network is lost, or your computer reboots or any interruption of service, a cookie is created and stored on your computer. It contains i) your Twitter account and ii) a session ID (simple hexadecimal string).