Human Brain Project

Cookie Statement

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How we use cookies

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Specific cookies we use

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Here a list of some of the cookies we use:

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_gat Google Analytics. Used to throttle request rate

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Changes to our Cookie Statement

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Thank You,
The Human Brain Project
Platform Team