News - 17 May `18Privacy Policy Update

As you may be aware, European Unions General Data Protection Regulation is changing on 25th May 2018. As a result, we have updated our Privacy Policy to explain clearly how we collect, store and manage your information.

Nothing about your experience changes with this updatewe just wanted you to clearly understand that we always put your privacy first. You can review our Privacy Policy here.

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