On this website, we use components of Twitter so you can view and share content on our website.
Twitter is a public micro-blogging service where users can publish and share tweets (short messages), which are limited to 280 characters. Twitter gives users the option of sharing public tweets or you can communicate with other Twitter users, through Direct Messages or protected tweets.
Twitter Data Collection
If you are logged in on Twitter, and you’re viewing our website, then Twitter logs what pages you have seen on our site. The data is sent to Twitter even if you don’t interact with the Twitter components.
How To Stop Twitter Collecting Data
If you do not want Twitter to know what pages you have visited, then you can sign out on Twitter before visiting our website. Alternatively, you can control and limit what data is collected through your account settings on Twitter.