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    Important: They cannot harm your computer. Why are we telling you all this? Because the law prescribes it. From May 25, 2012, the law requires all online service providers to obtain permission for the use of cookies, except for a few applications. The goal is that users can determine for themselves where their data is shared or used to target them. You will see this more often on the internet.


    What cookies do we use on this site (and why)?

    We use cookies to understand how people use our site so that we can improve our site in the future. And we use cookies to provide a consistent experience to our customers. We do not store any personal information in our cookies. This site is produced with WordPress and the use of various plugins.

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