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A cookie is written by the website server of the website you are visiting. They are stored on your computer and can only be read by the server that writes them.

We use your internet provider address/domain name, some tracking code on pages and cookies to collect anonymous aggregated statistics regarding numbers of visitors, countries of origin, pages visited, machine information and other similar site statistics. These statistics cannot be traced back to individual users. We use them to ensure that we are providing a good service to our users and to keep track of any technical difficulties.

The CQI website and secure members’ portal also use cookies to achieve Single Sign On (SSO). This is a technology that allows a user to log on once and thenceforth have access to all the resources to which they are entitled, without being challenged for their credentials again.

If we do want to collect personally identifiable information through our websites, we will be up front about this. We will make it clear when we collect personal information and will explain what we intend to do with it.

You can remove individual or delete all of your cookies by visiting the privacy settings in your browser, although doing this may impair your experience on the website.