What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which are sent to your device when you visit a website. Cookies are then sent back to the original website each time you visit the website or to some other website which recognizes that cookie.
Cookies serve as the website memory which enables the website to remember your device each time you visit the website. Cookies can also remember your settings, improve the user experience and edit ads which you can see, so that only the ones most important for you are shown.
Types of cookies
Session and Persistent Cookies
We can use session cookies which expire as soon as you leave your web browser. We can als use persistent cookies which stay for a specified longer period of time.
The cookies on our website serve one or more following purposes:
These cookies are necessary to provide the services requested by the user.
These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for instance which pages visitors go to most often, and whether they get error messages from webpages.
These cookies allow the website to remember a user’s choices (such as username, language or the region) and to provide enhanced options with more personal features.
Targeting and Advertising
These cookies are used to deliver adverts that are relevant to users and match their interests. They are also used to limit the number of times a user shall see an advertisement as well as the help for measuring the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.
Third Party cookies
Our website can allow the third parties cookies to be set together with the services which appear on the webpage. These cookies are not controlled by us. For more information on a third party cookies use, please visit the appropriate third party website. Details of any third party cookies used on this website, including their purpose, will be provided in the table below.
Cookies used on this website
For normal web application functionality: cookies serve for the normal functioning of certain website features that make it easier for users to access content.
For statistics on tracking of website traffic: cookies collect information about visitors’ interactions on our web pages. They are also used to store other data related to user’s activity.
How to control and delete the cookies
Most internet browsers accept cookies, but you can normally change your browser settings to refuse new cookies, disable existing cookies, or simply to notify you when new cookies have been sent to your device.
Please note that certain functionality of the web page may be lost if you decline or disable cookies. In addition, disabling a cookie or a cookie category does not delete a cookie from your browser. You must do this yourself in the browser menu.