What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which is sent to a user’s computer and is saved there so that the administrator of the web site will be able to recognize users who often visit the site, simplify login for visitors and compile information about the visitors. With help from this information, we can continuously improve the content of our web pages. Our cookies do not harm the user’s computer or files. We use them to be able to provide our customers information and services that correspond to each customer’s individual requirements and needs.
Some cookies are required to be able to navigate our web site and use certain functions. These cookies do not gather information about the user which can be used for marketing purposes or to store information concerning which web sites a user has visited.
Cookies that measure the web site’s performance
Performance cookies gather information concerning how the visitors use our web site (for example which pages are visited the most and potential error messages). These cookies do not gather information which identifies the visitor, rather they are anonymous and are only used to improve the web site’s functionality.
Functional cookies help our web site to remember your choices (such as user name, language or region) and provides improved and more personal functionality.
How are cookies reviewed and removed?
Most web browsers accept cookies; however, you can usually change the web browser’s settings to not accept new cookies, deactivate existing cookies or to request to be notified when new cookies are sent to your computer.
If you want to configure your web browser to not accept cookies, please follow the web browser’s instructions.
If you choose to not accept or deactivate cookies, some functionality on our web site may not function properly. By deactivating a cookie or group of cookies, does not mean that the cookies are deleted from your web browser. You must, yourself, delete the cookies in the web browser.