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We use Google Analytics to monitor and report on our website usage such as the number of visitors to the site, search phrases used to find us, pages visited on the site and time spent on the site. The statistics gathered are a necessary requirement in order for us to provide and improve our value added products and services and to stay competitive. The cookies do not identify users nor associate your IP address with any personally identifiable information.  The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.

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Third Party Cookies

Our website uses features of other web services that may leave a cookie. These are « third-party » cookies and we are unable to block or prevent them without removing the feature from our site. For information about those cookies you would need to check the originator’s website for their cookie policy. Third-parties cookies left by design are as follows:

Facebook and Social sharing: If our website utilises the Facebook ‘Like’ button or similar functionality from another social network to share content, Facebook or that service will probably leave a cookie on the user’s computer. This is the same process as if the user logs into Facebook or that service directly, or clicks ‘Like’ on any other website. Facebooks privacy policy is set out here

Chat Feature:  Chat may store cookies associated with its features if you use the Chat.

Stripe and Paypal Payments:  Stripe uses cookies as part of creating payments if you send payments in GBP.  Paypal may also do so if you send payments in Euros.

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Privacy Policy

The full privacy policy for Kenneth Copeland Ministries in Europe is found here.