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At Geomares Publishing, we use the following types of cookies on our websites:
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These cookies collect anonymous information about how people use our website. For example, we use Google Analytics cookies to help us understand how visitors arrive at our site, browse or use our website. These also highlight areas for improvement, such as navigation or marketing campaigns. The data stored by these cookies never contain personal details which would make it possible to establish the individual’s identity.
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These cookies are not essential, but they enhance your use of our website. For example, they remember choices you make on the website – such as your location preference based on your choice of country. The information these cookies collect may be anonymised and they cannot track your browsing activity on other websites.
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Targeting Cookies or Advertising Cookies
These cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to target advertising more relevantly in line with your interests. They are also used to measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. Advertising cookies are usually placed by a third-party advertising network; at Geomares Publishing, we work with Google DoubleClick for Publishers. Geomares Publishing cannot see personal data in DoubleClick for Publishers.
DoubleClick for Publishers: Google tracks advertising impressions.
Facebook: Facebook tracks your interests through the ‘like’ button, but also through the items you share.
YouTube: as part of Google, YouTube tracks your interests based on the videos you watch, both on the Hydro International website and elsewhere.
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