Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to gather statistics about how our web content is used, and statistics about our visitors such as their browsers and geographic location. Google Analytics is not used to collect personally identifying information. Information collected includes:
-how visitors arrived at our pages (e.g. directly from a bookmark or typing in an address; from a search engine; linked from another page)
-which pages are viewed and for how long, including the viewing time and date
-the general geographical locations of visitors (as indicated by the network or internet service provider they use), anonymised demographics (age bracket and gender), and the speed of their internet connections
-technical information about the computers or devices used to browse pages, including the operating systems, browsers, plug-ins, screen types and default languages.

To opt out of analytics, you can download a browser add-on from Google. Alternatively, you can set your browser to refuse or delete cookies from Google Analytics. Check your browser's help information to find out how.