Like most other companies, Annexus uses “cookies” to improve the user experience for our website visitors. Cookies are files with a small amount of data, which may include an anonymous unique identifier. Cookies are sent to your browser from a web site and transferred to your device. A cookie can, amongst other things, track the web pages you visit and the options you use. They enable Annexus to distinguish you from other users of our websites. Cookies cannot be executed as code nor can they be used to deliver viruses. Cookies do not enable Annexus to access or read any information on your hard drive – even if cookies are stored there.
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We use various cookie services to track and obtain reports on how visitors are using the Sites. The information obtained with these cookies, which includes the IP address of your computer, will be transmitted to and stored on servers in the United States. The service providers may share that information with third parties if they are obliged to do so by law, or to the extent such third parties are processing this information on behalf of the cookie service. Annexus has no influence on such use.
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