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Cookies on Inthewash.co.uk
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This cookie generates a random id which is stored on your computer in order to avoid counting you as a visitor more than once.
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Like most websites, Inthewash.co.uk uses log files which record information about visitors to the site including internet protocol (IP) addresses, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), the date and time of pageloads, browser types and referring/exit pages in order to analyse trends, understand user demographics and improve usability. Currently, this detailed log information is only stored for 3 days. Information about general trends excluding details of individual visitors is held indefinitely.
This page was last updated on January 20th, 2017.