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Cookie Policy Last Update : 2022-02-06 20:20:13

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Briefland gathers data using "cookies" or relative technologies. We use cookies for various reasons, including enhancing your experience when interacting with our website. You can set up your preferences, such as a language or a region. With cookies, we are able to analyze website errors and their performances. The following is a concise clarification of what data is gathered through cookies and performed with it.

As is valid for most sites, we accumulate certain data consequently. This data may incorporate IP addresses, program write, Internet service provider ("ISP"), alluding/leave pages, the records seen on our website (e.g., HTML pages, illustrations, and so forth.), working framework, date/time stamp, or potentially click-stream information to break down patterns in the total and control the webpage. Briefland and its accomplices utilize cookies or comparative advances to break down patterns, direct the site, track clients' developments around the site, and to accumulate statistic data about our client base all in all. You can control the utilization of cookies at the individual program level. Yet, if you cripple cookies, it might confine your utilization of specific highlights or capacities on our site or administrations.


 

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