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In respect to your privacy, we want to be honest and clear about your privacy when using our website. This information is supplied in compliance with recent Irish legislation under a 2011 EU directive.
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We use a number of cookies to help you use the site and to help us understand that usage. Some of these cookies last for the duration of your session and some of them persist across multiple sessions, where appropriate. Here’s a list of the main cookies we use, and what we use them for:
|Cookie name||Cookie purpose|
|Soft Gate Cookies(s)||Tracks your access to content.|
|Google Analytics Cookie(s)||Tracks the aggregated statistics of usage of the site. Where the user came from. What they viewed. Where the exited.|
|Twitter Cookies(s)||Tracks your Twitter status- whether you have followed us or not|
|Linkedin Cookie(s)||Tracks your Linkedin status – whether you have followed us or not|