In 2009, changes were made to the European Directive 2002/58/EC – the directive regulating how websites allow visitors to manage their privacy – in order to increase consumer protection.
Below, we’ve given you everything you need to know about what these changes mean for you as a visitor to our site. As well as the tools you need to help manage your privacy as you browse.
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