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Our site also uses web beacons (these are also referred to as ‘pixel tags’ or ‘clear gifs’) to provide us with statistical information about site traffic and how people navigate through our site. These will not capture any personal data about you.
The icons are examples of the “social plugins” which we provide on our site. We use these to help you share articles or issues important to you with your friends, through Facebook or Twitter.
For example, if you click the Facebook icon underneath an article posted on our site, you will be transferred to Facebook and this information will be posted on your profile page if you are logged in. Facebook and other platforms may also capture more information about you, such as your IP address. We recommend that you consult their privacy policies to understand what information these sites collect about you.