What are cookies?
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What cookies do we use?
Analytical cookies are used to collect information on how users use a site, including the frequency, sections visited, and tools used. The collected information is then used to analyse what users are interested in, improve site functionality, and make it more user-friendly. Analytical cookies only identify the user’s device and do not gain data on your identity.
How to manage and turn off cookies?
You may control and delete cookies. You may delete all the cookies on your computer, and most of the browsers may be set to block placement of any or particular cookies on your device. Yet this may result in some services and functions not working properly, and you will be required to manually adjust certain settings every time you visit the site. More on cookies may be found at: https://www.aboutcookies.org/
If you do not wish our site to acquire information on your site activity, you need to activate Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on (https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881).