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Cookies also help us organise our newsletter services, storing those users who have already signed up to our system and dividing them into categories. So, we can better plan our email and newsletter subscription services, targeting our content to more specific audiences. They also help us to differentiate subscribed users from unsubscribed ones.
We run regular questionnaires and user surveys which guide our strategy for providing you with the best informational tools. Here, cookies help us keep track of which users have already taken part in them, and process the results of these questionnaires, once they have been completed.
Our cookies are directed at four primary goals. Read the below.
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