Cookie Policy

What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information saved on your computer by your browser when visiting our website. We use cookies on this website.

What is the purpose of these cookies?

What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information saved on your computer by your browser when visiting our website. We use cookies on this website.

What is the purpose of these cookies?
We use cookies to remember your settings and preferences. You can stop your computer from saving cookies in your browser. Instructions for changing browser settings are found under “help” in the toolbar in most browsers. Although you can then still visit the site, it is possible that if cookies are not accepted certain services or parts of the site will not work optimally. Not accepting cookies limits the use of our site and its services. With your permission we save tracking cookies on your computer.
We use these cookies to remember which pages you visited to build a profile of your online behaviour. This profile is not linked to your name, address, e-mail address or suchlike.

Do cookies know who I am?
No. A cookie does not record your name, address, age or other personal details. They only remember your preferences and interest(s) from your surfing behaviour.

Functional and non-functional cookies
There are functional and non-functional cookies. Functional cookies are needed for the website to work properly or to make sure that the desired information is shown quickly and accurately each time you visit our website. For example, you do not have to enter your details, mention your preferences or change your settings again upon your next visit. Non-functional cookies tell us about the number of visitors to the website and how these visitors use the site. We can use this information to improve the website. These files automatically disappear as soon as you close your internet browser or stay saved on your computer for up to 12 months after your last visit.
 

Functional cookies have uses including:
• remembering your login details
• guaranteeing the security of your login details
• guaranteeing the uniformity of the appearance of the website

Non-functional (analysis) cookies have uses including:
• counting the numbers of visitors to the website
• recording how visitors use the website
• improving the performance of the website
• improving your user experience on the website

You can find more information about cookies and cookie law at www.youronlinechoices.com.

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