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What are cookies?
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This cookie statement is intended to inform you about the features and purposes of the cookies that we use. We also invite you to read our Privacy Statement, which sets out the rules regarding privacy protection which apply to our websites.
Types of cookies
Cookies can be divided into categories according to their origin, function and lifetime.
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- Cookies set for statistics purposes enable the site managers to see which website pages you have visited and to geographically locate the computer/device used, e.g. Google Analytics.
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When you use our website, we will place the following cookies:
Our use of the Facebook Pixel
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