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The information collected includes:

Name of the domain from which you entered the internet (for example, ‘’ if you use a private Internet access account, or ‘’ if you connect from a UK educational domain).

IP address of the user.
Date and time you accessed our site.
Pages you visited.

This information is collected in aggregate form and is anonymous. The data helps us in future website development and allows us to understand how visitors use the site.

What are cookies

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