DPD uses various cookies where necessary to facilitate communications processes. No personal details are held in the cookies. The relevant cookies are set out below:
This program registers the frequency of visits made to each page of the DPD site, and the length of time spent there. The data held in this file CANNOT be traced back to individuals. No link is made to IP addresses either, so Google does not receive these IP addresses. That means your IP address cannot be traced.
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What does DPD do with this information?
Anonymous data is useful to DPD because we want to be able to measure the effectiveness of our web pages. For instance, if a particular page is not being visited but we think it holds important information for you, that could tell us we need to move that information to another part of the site where you are more likely to find it. This improves the effectiveness of our website and means you, and DPD, can get the most out of it. Clearly, for those purposes we do not need your personal details as we need to look at our visitors as a group, not at individuals.