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Excitations Archive Cookies, keeping legal

Due to regulatory changes in Europe, Excitations Archive Cookies policy requires you to Opt-in or Opt-out of accepting cookies.
I know, just another thing to do. We don’t use cookies to track browsing history, however, our hosting server requires the use of cookies.
We have also dropped Google Analytics. This is because Google records IP addresses and stores the information. Storing users private information is now outlawed in the European Union.

We are currently using Microanaylitics, which conform to the European requirements.
For the record, we don’t actually use analytics at all but our server requires them to be installed.

Macro photograph of female Queensland Fruit-fly laying eggs into an apple. For a blog post on Excitations Stock, Excitations Archive cookies.
Bactrocera tryoni or female Queensland Fruit Fly, stinging an apple, Mildura, Victoria, Australia. Queensland Fruit-Fly is a major pest to horticultural industries down the easter side of Australia. Gradually spreading further south, possibly due to climate change.

Data security

While I’m waffling on about tracking and personal data, we don’t store any of that stuff directly on our websites. Instead, our Stock site collects email addresses when you place an order for a license. Which we only use in case of a problem with delivery. We do not directly market to you using any collected data.
As for payment details, all of that information is handled by PayPal and Square, which means we never see your financial information.