What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which is saved in your web browser, and recognised by the website when you return, making it possible to send individualised information to your browser. A cookie can contain text, numbers or other items such as a date, but does not contain or save personal data. It is not a programme, and cannot contain a virus.
How can I avoid cookies?
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can block all cookies, delete existing cookies on your hard disk or receive notification before a cookie is saved. Click http://www.livinginternet.com/w/wa_cookie_avoid.htm for instructions on how to set up your browser. You can always use the Help function for your browser for more information on cookie settings. In most cases, press F1 on your keyboard and search for "cookies".
TORM makes use of the following third party cookies
As part of the collection of statistics through Google Analytics, the following cookies are used:
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