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We use Universal Analytics to collect anonymous information about how our site is used by visitors. We compile reports on information such as the number of visitors to the Site, where they come from and what they click on, to help us improve the Site.
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Cookies are used by YouTube to maintain the accuracy of video statistics and help us improve the site experience. These will only be found on any pages containing embedded YouTube videos.
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