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How are cookies used?
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What type of cookies do we use?
This website uses the following types of cookies:
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- Hashed or encrypted personal information - Google Analytics requires an SHA256 hash and recommends using a salt (random value that converts the one-way encryption process) of at least 8 characters.
- Transaction IDs – A transaction ID helps us to access any personal information of the person or company that made it.
This website uses its own and/or third-party cookies:
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This website uses Google Analytics.
Google Analytics is a free Google website analysis tool that helps website owners measure how users interact with their website. It also enables cookies in the domain of the site where you are and uses a set of cookies called "__utma" and "__utmz" to collect information anonymously and reports website trends without identifying individual users.
In this way, we can focus on improving the most visited pages and help users to find what they are looking for more easily.
This website can use the information on your visit to make assessments and statistical calculations on anonymous data as well as to ensure continuity of the service or make website improvements.
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