To give you the best experience while browsing and using our site, we want to remember some of the choices you make. This is done by placing small files with information on your device. Most websites do this. These files are called Cookies.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are text files that contain a small amount of data that websites store on the visitors device. The storing mechanism enables the website to remember a visitors previous actions and preferences (like login, preferred language and display preferences). By storing these kind of choices limited period of time the visitor does not have to re-enter them over and over again. On every page, on each visit.
There are several similar storing mechanisms that are not cookies (in a technical aspect) but falls under the term cookies. These include ETags, Flash locally shared objects and HTML 5 local storage.
Several of our pages use (first party) cookies to remember:
- Your preferred language
- Your configuration settings in our CookieScript generator
- Your cookie settings
In addition to our cookies, some of our partners may set third party cookies for their services to work. You can read more about this below, at: Third Party Cookies
In addition to changing your cookie settings on our website you can delete or control cookies yourself, in your browser. For further details, visit aboutcookies.org.
Remember, if you deny or delete cookies your experience of our site may not be as good as you would have to re-enter a lot of information every time you browse a new page or close your web browser.
Third party cookies
We use some external services to help us improve our site. Our partners that provide these services want to place third party cookies for this website. These are:
Google Analytics (with anonymized IP) – Google Inc.
Our website uses Google Analytics, also known as GA to enable anonymized analytics of our visitors and our pages performance. Google use the stored information to evaluate your use our our website. Google may also use this information to personalize ads within their own advertising service. Google will share this information if required by the law. Google will never link your IP address to with other Google data and thus never identify users personally.
Hotjar – Hotjar Ltd.
You can opt-out to the creation of a user profile, Hotjar’s storing of data about your usage of our site and Hotjar’s use of tracking cookies on other websites by following this opt-out-link.