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The CMM homepage uses both types of cookies to be able to store statistics regarding the number of visitors we have and what pages they use. This webb site can be also be used without cookies. By changing the settings on your web browser, you can avoid receiving cookies. How you shut off cookies depends on what web browser you are using. Read the "Help" or equivalent menu on your web browser for instructions.