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PURPOSE OF COOKIES
The Owner is not responsible for the content of third party external websites which may or may not set cookies.
NOTICE TO USER AND GAINING USER‘S CONSENT
When you enter this Site for the first time, a banner will appear at the top of your screen notifying you that the Owner uses the Cookies outlined in this Cookies Policy. The banner will ask if you agree on saving the cookies on your device. Should you agree or disagree, we will place a Cookie on your computer to record your choice. The notification banner will not appear on your screen on future visits to the Site but the option to remove Cookies is open to User at any time, through a User's browser settings.
HOW TO CHANGE COOKIE SETTINGS
You can manage your Cookies settings using “Help” function on your web browser.
You can change your browsing settings so that Cookies are not accepted. Should you choose to remove any or all of the Cookies, please note that use of the Site may be affected by the removal of Cookies and if the computer that you disable Cookies on is a shared facility, this removal will affect all users using the computer.
MORE INFORMATION ON COOKIES
You may find more information about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org, which gives details on how to delete cookies from your device.
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