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What we collect
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Below is the information that we may collect:
IP address, browser, device usage, duration of access Information about the amount of content read. Interactions on articles such as comments, content improvement suggestions… Article ratings including the “rating” section at the end of the article. Information sharing articles How long do cookies last?
By default, cookies will be saved for the session, however, this data will be stored for a maximum of 30 days. You have the right to block, delete, or disable these technologies if your device allows. You can also manage cookies and cookie options in your browser or device settings.
Can cookies be deleted?
Most web browsers accept cookies, however, you can still change your web browser settings to reject new cookies, disable existing cookies, or simply be notified of the presence of new cookies on your device. If you do not agree to the use of any cookies listed above, please delete them from your device.