Use of cookies

A cookie is a small data file with text that is saved in your browser.

We use so-called cookies on our website. A cookie is a small data file with text that is saved in your browser. There are two types of cookies, permanent and temporary. Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your computer or mobile for a certain period of time until you, or the server that sent them, deletes them. Temporary cookies are temporarily stored and disappear when you close your browser.  

We use cookies to provide you as a visitor with better service. Some cookies are used to collect statistics about the number of visitors to the websites while others are used to collect information about which operating system and browser, as well as which versions of these, which visitors use, how our websites are used and how we can improve them, which pages are popular and less popular, etc. This information enables us to develop and optimize our websites. 

If you do not want to allow the use of cookies 

A common misconception about cookies is that it is a kind of virus and that websites can use cookies to find out personal information from a computer or that cookies are intended to be able to send spam. None of this is true, cookies are just data. Most browsers are set to allow the storage of cookies. If you do not want to allow cookies, you can either set your browser to receive a warning every time a website wants to place a cookie on your computer or completely turn off the storage of cookies. For information about how to do this, see your browser's help function. If you choose to turn off cookies, the website will not work as well as you as a user expect.