session cookies or/and persistent cookies

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Senior Member
In the sentence below, I think the underlined part should be "session cookies and persistent cookies". Am I right?
"There is also a second classification according to the length of time that they remain stored in the user's browser, which may be session Cookies or persistent Cookies."
Source: Crypto Birds
  • Linkway

    Senior Member
    British English
    'Or' is correct because each cookie is either a session cookie or a persistent cookie.

    I think you should state the context explicitly. You have made no direct mention of computers, internet, client-server transactions, http requests and responses or other relevant contextualisation.
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