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DKMORS our website uses cookies as a necessary part of operation. DKMORS writes these cookies:
  • GDPR - your consent that is collected on this page (valid for one year).
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Traffic analysis DKMORS measures web traffic using opensource analytics platform Matomo. This gives us the information on which pages are visited the most, where users are coming from (what countries and from what other websites), what devices they are using, what these devices can do and so on. We use this information to determine, how to promote our website, what new functionality to introduce and what technologies we can start using. Matomo is installed on our servers, collected data doesn't include personal information, all data is anonymized. Matomo writes one or more cookies with _pk_ prefix with various expiration dates for up to 13 months.

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