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- The Internet domain and Internet Protocol (IP) address from which you access our website;
- The type of Internet browser and the operating system of the computer you use to access our site;
- The date and time you visit our site;
- The pages you visit on our site;
- The pages you shared on social media and to which social media network;
- If you linked to our website from another website, the address of that website; and
- If you were referred to our website from a search engine, the address of that website and the search term you used to find us.
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On many of our pages we also use a tracking script from Oracle Eloqua and/or Salesforce which sets a persistent cookie on your device.
Please see these pages for explanations about these cookies.
The use of tracking or persistent cookies allows us to see if you visit the website again, and which pages you visited each time. It does not per se store any personal information about you, unless you choose to share this information with us by filling in a form for example. In those cases, we will be able to identify the individual visiting our pages and the actions you take on our website. We will never sell or share this information with other parties or misuse the information you provide.
In addition, we use ASPSESSIONID: This cookie contains the users session ID and the cookie will expire when you close your browser. This cookie does not store personal data about you, and it cannot be turned off for technical reasons.
You can easily remove any cookies that have been created in the cookie folder of your browser, in effect removing the cookies that have been set by deleting the cookies in your browser(s).