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What cookies are used on this site?
The Celtic Sea Minerals website uses the following cookies and associated technologies:
Google Analytics – Celtic Sea Minerals uses the industry standard Google Analytics package in order to track the use of our website. Google Analytics contains anonymous tracking tools to measure and optimise user behaviour. Some of these cookies are session cookies which expire when you leave the site or where you have been inactive on the site for a certain period of time, whilst others are set to expire two years after they have been last updated.
Google Adwords-Celtic Sea Minerals uses the Google Adwords package to capture visited pages within our website for the optimization of our online advertising campaigns The user data is collected under aliases and no personal data is stored. Some of these cookies are session cookies which expire when you leave the site or where you have been inactive on the site for a certain period of time, whilst others are set to expire two years after they have been last updated
YouTube-Celtic Sea Minerals uses embedded YouTube videos on our website. No personal data will be collected on our YouTube channel page or our website as a result of a member clicking on that specific link.
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