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The cookies we use aim to simplify and enhance the services we provide on our website. Some services do not need cookies at all while others do.
Your web browser or device most often allows you to change the settings of the use and range of cookies. Go to the settings of your web browser or device to learn more about how to adjust the cookie settings. For example, you can choose to block all cookies, to only accept first party cookies, or to delete cookies when you close your browser or app. Please remember that some of our services might not work if you block or delete cookies.
The following cookies are used on this site:
Purpose: Cross-Site Request Forgery is a unique impossible-to-guess random number that makes cross site requests safe so that no one can use the requests for a bad purpose.
Purpose: This cookie is set by Twitter to identify and track the website visitor.
Purpose: This cookie carries information about how the end user uses the website and any advertising that the end user may have seen before visiting the said website. It also allows users to share content such as our twitter posts from our website.
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Purpose: A variation of the _gat cookie, with unique identity number according to the account or website.
Purpose: This cookie is for our website to know when you have agreed to save cookies (if you have).
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This page was updated Feb 2022