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|Cookie Provider||Cookie Name||Expiration Time||Type of Cookie|
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|We use Google Analytics to measure how users interact with our website content. These cookies do not collect personal information about visitors and use an anonymous identifier to distinguish visitors. For more information, see Google Analytics Cookie Usage.|
|Intercom||intercom-id-w4eswkbq||20 years||Persistent||First Party||Used to enable webchat support and maintain conversation history|
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AimWare Ltd. doing business as Project Central,
Galway Business Park
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- your IP address
- the geolocation of your Internet Service Provider (ISP)
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