1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which are saved on your device when you visit a website. Today they are used on just about every webpage. They allow users of our web server to be recognised and content to be automatically adjusted to their needs when they visit the website. They provide us with statistics on usage, which in turn enable us to measure and improve the functioning of the website and thereby ensure a better user experience.
Cookies do not record personal data: the information they save is anonymous. We recommend using cookies, because if you disallow them, your website-browsing experience may suffer.
2. Cookies used on our site
- Technical cookies ensure the functioning of the website. Without them, key parts of the site cannot be used.
- Functional cookies are needed for navigation on the website and enable special functions to be offered and pages to be personalised.
- Analytical cookies gather information in non-personalised form about visitors to and the use of the website in order to measure and improve its functioning.
- Marketing cookies help us to display appropriate advertisements to website visitors, to measure the impact of advertising campaigns and to form a profile on the basis of which to display advertisements that match people’s interests on other websites as well.
3. Managing cookies