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Cookies on Academic Positions
The main reason for us using cookies is to gather visitor statistics via Google Analytics to help us understand our users and how to enhance our service. This information is anonymous and we use it to get a good view of how our website is being used and how we can develop it to be even better.
We gather information such as:
- How many people have visited our website
- What type of device and technology they are using
- Their screen resolution
- Which pages they are looking at
- For how long they are staying on every page
- What country they’re from
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