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Statistical cookies are used for traffic measurement and statistics. It is cookies data that we can use to update the site and user experience, data that can help us with a detailed analysis of the site, so that you have an optimal user experience when you visit the site.
How long do we keep cookies?
A cookie is deleted by itself after 3 months have elapsed. Each time you visit our site, the expiry date is renewed.
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