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The table below explains which cookies are stored by us and 3rd parties on the Lime Digital web site and why.
These cookies are stored as part of the basic functioning of the site by our Kentico Content Management System (CMS) and our standard web content templates.
We use the Add This sharing button on some of our pages to enable our visitors to share information with friends and acquaintances. The cookie is automatically inserted and used for updating sharing statistics within the control. No data is sent back from the cookie to AddThis, and this information is not used by the Lime Digital web site.
These cookies are used by Google Analytics, a service we use to collect information about how visitors use our site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form. We use this information to help us improve the site, by creating reports on numbers of visitors to the site, where visitors have come from and the pages they are visiting.
We use Twitter buttons to allow our visitors to follow our promotional Twitter feeds, and sometimes embed feeds on our site.
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