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Cookies Used by the Craft Scotland Website
Following a Cookie Audit undertaken in May 2012, please see below for details of cookies used on the website.
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To help promote craft and makers, we sometimes embed photos and video content from websites such as YouTube, Vimeo and Flickr. As a result, when you visit a page with content embedded from, for example, YouTube, you may be presented with cookies from these websites. We do not control the dissemination of these cookies. You should check the relevant third party website for more information about these.
The Craft Scotland website carries embedded ‘share’ buttons to enable users of the site to easily share articles with their friends through a number of popular social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter.
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