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To make this site work properly, we sometimes place small data files called cookies on your device. Most big websites do this too. What are cookies? A   cookie   is   a   small   text   file   that   a   website   saves   on   your   computer   or   mobile   device   when   you   visit   the   site.   It   enables   the   website   to   remember   your actions   and   preferences   (such   as   login,   language,   font   size   and   other   display   preferences)   over   a   period   of   time,   so   you   don’t   have   to   keep   re- entering them whenever you come back to the site or browse from one page to another. How do we use cookies? A number of our pages use cookies to remember: Your display preferences, such as contrast colour settings or font size. If   you   have   already   replied   to   a   survey   pop-up   that   asks   you   if   the   content   was   helpful   or   not   (so   you   won't   be   asked   again)   if   you   have   agreed   (or not) to our use of cookies on this site. Also, some videos embedded in our pages use a cookie to anonymously gather statistics on how you got there and what videos you visited. Enabling   these   cookies   is   not   strictly   necessary   for   the   website   to   work   but   it   will   provide   you   with   a   better   browsing   experience.   You   can   delete   or block these cookies, but if you do that some features of this site may not work as intended. The   cookie-related   information   is   not   used   to   identify   you   personally   and   the   pattern   data   is   fully   under   our   control.   These   cookies   are   not   used   for any purpose other than those described here. How to control cookies You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish. You can delete all cookies that are already on your computer and you can set most browsers to prevent them from being placed. If   you   do   this,   however,   you   may   have   to   manually   adjust   some   preferences   every   time   you   visit   a   site   and   some   services   and   functionalities   may   not work.
© 1996, Pop In Place.

Cookies

To   make   this   site   work   properly,   we   sometimes   place small   data   files   called   cookies   on   your   device.   Most big websites do this too. What are cookies? A   cookie   is   a   small   text   file   that   a   website   saves   on your   computer   or   mobile   device   when   you   visit   the site.    It    enables    the    website    to    remember    your actions    and    preferences    (such    as    login,    language, font    size    and    other    display    preferences)    over    a period   of   time,   so   you   don’t   have   to   keep   re-entering them   whenever   you   come   back   to   the   site   or   browse from one page to another. How do we use cookies? A number of our pages use cookies to remember: Your    display    preferences,    such    as    contrast    colour settings or font size. If   you   have   already   replied   to   a   survey   pop-up   that asks   you   if   the   content   was   helpful   or   not   (so   you won't   be   asked   again)   if   you   have   agreed   (or   not)   to our use of cookies on this site. Also,    some    videos    embedded    in    our    pages    use    a cookie   to   anonymously   gather   statistics   on   how   you got there and what videos you visited. Enabling   these   cookies   is   not   strictly   necessary   for the   website   to   work   but   it   will   provide   you   with   a better   browsing   experience.   You   can   delete   or   block these   cookies,   but   if   you   do   that   some   features   of this site may not work as intended. The     cookie-related     information     is     not     used     to identify   you   personally   and   the   pattern   data   is   fully under   our   control.   These   cookies   are   not   used   for any purpose other than those described here. How to control cookies You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish. You   can   delete   all   cookies   that   are   already   on   your computer   and   you   can   set   most   browsers   to   prevent them from being placed. If   you   do   this,   however,   you   may   have   to   manually adjust   some   preferences   every   time   you   visit   a   site and some services and functionalities may not work.