This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service that enables us to monitor how our site is used. Information about your use of our website is transmitted to Google; however, this data does not enable you to be identified and is not considered privacy intrusive.
Users of most popular web browsers can install a browser add-on that prevents data being transferred to Google.
When you leave a comment on this website we collect your email, name and the data shown in the comment form, but not the metadata (i.e. your IP address and user agent). The comment may be used in academic publications and publicity, and for other educational or non-commercial uses.
Comments are checked through an email spam detection service.
In common with most website servers, our hosting server automatically logs certain information about every visit to the site. This includes your IP address and information relating to your requests from our servers, for example date and time, referrer, user agent, request type and details of request size. This information is used to help the website server manage the system and where necessary to investigate potential misuse or breaches in regulations.
This website uses session cookies to display the information on this website correctly. This website does not store your personal data in cookies.
The details of cookies used are outlined below:
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