Information about Cookies
We follow the use of our website via cookies. See below for further information
- about cookies
- about how we use them, and
- how you can manage their use.
If you want to take a look at our entire privacy statement, please click here.
1. What Are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files which are downloaded to your computer or other data terminal equipment when you visit a web page. On any later visit, they are sent back to our web page or to another web page which recognizes the cookie.
Cookies allow us, among other things, to identify your device when you return to the page, remember your preferences and choices, enhance your user experience, and show customized advertisements to you.
You can find further information about cookies at www.aboutcookies.org.
2. Cookies Used by Our Site
We use different types of cookies on our site. Cookies can be categorized both by their duration and purpose.
In terms of duration, we use both temporary and permanent cookies. Temporary cookies are only stored until you close your browser. We also use permanent cookies that remain for a longer, predetermined time.
It is possible to use our site without cookies. The management of cookies is on the user’s responsibility.
Our performance cookies collect information about how our web pages are used (e.g. most visited pages, possible error messages). These cookies do not collect identifiable information about users. Instead, the information is anonymous and only used to improve the operation of the web pages.
Our site also uses Facebook, Hotjar, and Ninchat cookies. The information collected by these cookies may be transferred and saved on these actors’ servers, which may be located outside the EU.
3. How Are Cookies Managed and Deleted?
Most web browsers accept cookies, but you can usually change browser settings and prevent saving new cookies, disable the cookies that already exist, or ask for a notification before any new cookies are saved.
Disabling a cookie or a type of cookies does not delete the cookie from your browser. Instead, you need to do it yourself through your browser.
In terms of cookie use, we will notify of any changes on this page.