Information about cookies

1. What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or other terminal device when you visit a website. During each of your subsequent visit to the website, the cookies will be sent back to our website or another website, which will recognise the cookie.

With the cookies, we can, among other things, recognise your device as you return to the website, remember your preferences and selections, improve your user experience and adapt our ads on our website and possibly in other services.

Further information about cookies is available at www.aboutcookies.org.

 
2.  What are cookies used for?

This website uses cookies to improve user experience and to compile statistics on user traffic (Google Analytics, Hotjar). With the help of general statistics, we understand how our website is used, and based on this data, we develop the structure and contents of our website.

The website might also use cookies installed by third parties, for example, in social media buttons (sharing on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter) to store user-specific settings and to compile statistics on user traffic.

 
3. How are cookies managed and how can they be removed?

Most browsers accept cookies, but you can generally change your browser settings and prevent the storing of new cookies, remove existing cookies or ask to be notified before new cookies are stored.
If you want to prevent your browser from using cookies, adjust your settings according to the browser’s publisher’s instructions (generally under either Instructions, Tools or Edit). For more detailed instructions, please visit www.aboutcookies.org.

If you prevent cookies from being stored or remove them from use, some of the functions on our website may not work. Removing a cookie or a cookie category from use does not yet remove the cookie from your browser, which you have to do through your browser.

 
4. Changes

We will notify you of any changes regarding the use of cookies here. We may also highlight the changes on our website.

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