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Cookie Statement
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We explain below how we use cookies.

Use of cookies
A cookie is a small file that is sent with the pages of this website and stored by your browser on
the hard drive of your computer.

We use two main site cookies:

1) A cookie which remembers which grid view option you are using - therefore remembering your preference
  - on the site and this will expire in 13 days, unless you delete your cookies.

2) A session cookie, which is required to manage your individual interaction with the library while you are on the site,
  which expires when you leave our site and is required to use our site.

The Library client may use cookies and scripts from Google to anonymously analyse the use of the website. The site may
also use cookies and scripts from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google to allow social media integration via our websites
if the client requires social media interaction. If you want to manage which of these cookies and scripts may be used,
you can switch them off through your browser, see an explanation, for example here,
www.allaboutcookies.org on how to do that with the browser you use.

Google
If the site client use Google Analytics, then cookies are placed by the US Company Google, as part of their “Analytics”
service. They, not MediaFiler use this service to track and get reports about how visitors use our site. Google may also
transfer this information to third parties, if Google is legally required, or where such third parties process the
information on Google’s behalf. We have no influence here. Please read the Google Privacy Policy for more information,
as well as the Privacy Policy specific to Google Analytics.

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On this site, at the request of the client,  buttons may be included to promote certain sites, pages or share the client's
social network sites such as Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn. These buttons are implemented by code provided by the relevant
social media sites themselves. These code sets include a cookie. Please read the privacy policy of Facebook, Twitter &
LinkedIn (which may change periodically) to see what they do with your personal data.