frankly makes little usage of cookies and beacons: we have no desire not intention to use data collected from cookies in any means but to understand what users read and like in In other words, we will not share this (limited) data to a third party, not even if this third party wanted to spend some money on us.

Anyway, below the legal stuff.

HTTP Cookies uses “cookies” to track usage of e.g. number of visits, pages visited during each web site visit. uses cookies to understand how users consume and to improve the quality of our web site and information. will keep alll data collected during a site visit for its own use and will not share or sell by any means to a third party, any of the data collected.

Users who do not wish to have http cookies placed on their computers can set up their browsers to refuse cookies before accessing . Yet, users should understand that certain features of the site may not function properly without the aid of http cookies ( assumes no responsibility for any resulting loss of functionality).

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Web Beacons

We may use web beacons to monitor the activity of users on

If you have concerns about web beacons, do read the article from Wikipedia on this topic: