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Information on privacy and data processing
Page updated: 26 April 2020
From 25 May 2018, visitors to the European Union are protected by new legislation, known by the initials GDPR. The GDPR is primarily intended to restore control to EU citizens and residents over their personal data, and every website you visit (regardless of where the website is located in the world) after May 25, 2018 must provide you, by law, adequate control over your personal data.