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Our website uses both session cookies and tracking cookies. Session cookies are stored by the browser on your computer for the duration of the session and deleted once you close your browser. Only the session cookies of new visitors and those returning to the site will be stored.
We use third-party analytics software which installs a tracking cookie on your computer. Tracking cookies allow us to identify returning users. Your browser tells us whether a tracking cookie has already been installed. If it cannot be found, a new cookie is installed. We never disclose data collected from tracking cookies to third parties.
Cookies are used for collecting the following data:
- the user’s IP address
- pages visited
- browser type
- the web address from which the user landed to the website
- the server from which the user landed to the website
- the domain name from which the user landed to the website.
Cookies can be disabled on most browsers. For example on Internet Explorer, click on Tools – Internet options – Privacy.