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The Internet browser you use on your computer or device allows you to manage cookies. You can modify the settings within the browser, computer or device to notify you when cookies are being set. You are also able to set it to accept or refuse some or all cookies. You are also able to delete cookies that have already been set.
Because each computer, device and browser are different from each other, the way you amend the settings for cookies will vary. To find out how to manage your browser, visit aboutcookies.org.uk/managing-cookies.
Please be aware that completely disabling cookies for your computer, device or browser may not allow you to make full use of all the website features and functionality available to you.
Applicable law and our practices change over time. If we decide to update our Cookie Settings, we will post the changes on our Website and App. We strongly encourage you to read our Cookie Settings and regularly check for any changes. These settings were last modified in January 2018.
We welcome questions, comments, and concerns about our Cookie Settings. If you wish to provide any feedback or if you have questions or concerns, please contact Consumer Services by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our contact form.
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