A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the user’s computer by the user’s web browser while the user is browsing. The server subsequently reads the cookie and can identify users to a certain degree (the users are given an anonymous identification number). We for example use Google Analytics, which collects cookies so we can for example see if users have returned to our homepage and what was relevant to the users and track the success of marketing campaigns.
Everyone is free to change their browser’s settings so that cookies can’t be collected. Turning off cookies however might result in malfunctioning of websites and less relevant content shown. You may want to clear the cookie history from your web browser to prevent them from accumulating. Check your browser settings for more information.
By using our website you consent to the above described policies.