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- Strictly Necessary Cookies: Enable the website to perform basic functions.
- Functionality Cookies: Allows the website to remember choices you make when browsing
- Performance Cookies: Collect aggregated (anonymous) information about how visitors use a website.
- Targeting/Advertising Cookies: Set by businesses for the prime or sole purpose of managing the performance of adverts, displaying adverts, and/or building user profiles to determine the display of adverts on other websites.
Our site Webmaster doesn't explicitly set cookies. The first party cookies delivered to the browser are inherent to the way the site Content Management System software, WordPress, and associated pluginss function.
The website is not set up to deliver Performance and Targeting/Adverting cookies. Performance cookies are not needed as aggregated (anonymous) information about how visitors use a site is collected by the host server traffic monitoring software. Financial transactions, like meeting registration fees and hotel bookings, are handled by third party sites and these may deliver their own cookie set.
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