What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that we put on your device when you visit a webpage. These cookies allow us to optimize your visit to our website. Cookies can, for example, save your preferences to make sure you only see information relevant to you. Cookies also keep you signed in to websites so you don’t have to log in every time you visit a website.
As of May 2018, a new EU-regulated law is enforced, namely: General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR for short. This law states that certain types of cookies can only be used after explicit permission has been given by the visitor. This is why we let you know about the usage of cookies and what we use them for.
With the help of cookies we gather visitor information. We use Google Analytics to gather this information. Using this information, we can see the way you use the website and what pages are visited more than others. This information is used to improve the website. The information Google collects is anonymous. No Personal information is stored, so we do not need to ask for your permission to use these cookies. Information gathered by Google Analytics is not shared with third parties.
Allow or disallow cookies
You are allowed to allow or disallow cookies. Most browsers are accepting cookies by default, however, you can change the settings to disallow cookies. The way to do this varies from browser to browser. Here is a list of the most popular browsers and how to disable cookies in them:
Note: It is possible that some functions and services – on our and other websites – may not work correctly if cookies are disabled in your browser.
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