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Our website may directly or indirectly place 'cookies' on your computer or device which may hold anonymous information associated with you.
Certain Cookies track information about your use of the website so that companies can provide a better visitor experience for you.
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Third party cookies
Our website may, from time to time, use embedded photographs, statistic & visitor counters, videos and other web content from third-party websites. This may present cookies from these third party websites. For example When you use a Facebook (or similar) "Like" or "Tweet" button set on a website, a cookie may be set by the service you have chosen with which to share content. We do not control the distribution of these said cookies. You must check the appropriate third party website for information about these third party cookies.
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How to control cookies
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