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The legal basis for the use of the tracking method is point f) of Article 6(1)(1) EU GDPR, which allows the processing of personal data for the purposes of our legitimate interests, provided that your fundamental rights, fundamental freedoms or interests are not overriding. We have a legitimate interest in analysing use of our email newsletter and in being able to constantly improve the newsletter. It cannot be traced back to you personally.
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