- 1. Cookies
- 2. Essential Cookies
- 3. Functional and Performance Cookies
- 4. Advertising Cookies
- 5. Control Your Cookies
- 6. IP Address
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2. Essential Cookies
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4. Advertising Cookies
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5. Control Your Cookies
6. IP Address
This site also tracks the IP addresses of its users. An IP Address is a number that identifies an Internet Service Provider and user country. IP addresses do not contain personal information and help us to build a picture of who visits the site.