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The files we apply are completely harmless and do not store any personal data about you.
Cookies are useful to us, they help us provide you with the required experience on our site and allow us to improve our service and make us more efficient too.
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The information that follows outlines the cookies we use on our website.
These cookies are automatically allowed because the website won’t work properly without them. They collect information in aggregate about how visitors use our site, which allows us to improve its performance over time. Performance cookies only collect anonymous information, and allow us to:
monitor the performance of our site.
collect information about how visitors use the website so help us understand how we can improve our service.
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Purpose: It allows us to monitor the use of the site.
Lifetime: Indefinitely, unless you delete it.
Learn more about cookies
Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website
Guidance on the new cookies regulation, ICO (PDF 442KB)
Q&A: Dave Evans from the ICO on EU cookie law compliance, econsultancy.com