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How we use cookies

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How to change your cookie settings

Changing cookie settings in your web browser

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Managing and deleting cookies

Managing analytics cookies

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Don't forget that by not allowing analytics cookies, this stops us from being able to collect information about how visitors use our websites in order to improve them.

Further reading

International Chamber of Commerce United Kingdom: Information on the ICC (UK) cookie guide can be found on the ICC website.

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Based in Milton Keynes
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The Open University’s Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) is a distinct research unit within the Faculty of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). The unit seeks an experienced Project...

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