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There are a number of third-party tools or plugins that are required for a service to work, for instance the share and like functions on social media. Such third-party plugins may also collect information on network service users.
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Our services also involve social plugins such as Facebook’s Like and/or Share button. Social plugins are embedded in our services, but their functionality and content originate from a third party. Some social plugins can also enable third parties to collect information on service use if you are signed into the service. If you have signed out or do not have a user account, the data sent by your browser/device is more limited. Our website uses the third-party plugins listed below. Follow the links to learn more about the relevant data protection policies.
Google Analytics & Advertising: https://policies.google.com/privacy