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What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored in your browser. It enables the website to recognise your computer when you revisit the site. Cookies are not active files, and thus they can neither spread virus nor track the content of your computer. All they do is to send anonymous information back to us about e.g. the time of your visit, duration, etc.
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Our use of personal data
At no time, will your personal data be passed on or sold to any third party, and we will only collect personal data on the provision that you have yourself surrendered such information (e.g. by registration for our newsletter or as a response to a vacancy).