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Since 1 June 2012 there is a new law, the telecom law. As a result,
every website is legally obliged to inform the user about 'cookies' and
to request permission for their use. The websites of technojet.com also
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used to read private data from your computer or to intercept passwords.
They can also not infect your computer with a virus or trojan. they are
therefore completely safe and have been used without incident on almost
ALL websites in the world since the 1990s.
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association: Disable cookies
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cookies. If you do not want it you can disable it in your browser.
cookies: Please note that when you disable cookies no web shop will
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the American company Google, as part of the Analytics service. We use
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