What are cookies?
Cookies are tiny files with small pieces of information that are downloaded to your computer when you use this website as well as other website. Cookies enable our website to remember who you are, what you have looked at, and how you have navigated through the site. Cookies are used to make your experience on our website best possible. It is common practice for all professional websites to utilize cookies.
For more information about cookies, see this website.
We gather two types of information about you: the information that you directly provide us with as well as information about your behavior when you visit our website. The former involves information such as your name, e-mail, and other personal pieces of information. We save this information for our website to remember you, which, for example, has the effect that you do not have to log on to every page on our website. The latter involves information such as time, place, content, which website you enter from etc. This information will be used for re-marketing purposes as well as for generally making your experience on our website better. We treat all the information we gather about you as confidential, and it will not be sold or passed on to anyone else.
In case you wish to disable cookies, this can be done by adjusting your browser settings. See how to do that here. However, we would like to draw attention to the fact that disabling cookies will affect various functionalities and features of this and other websites when you visit them. Based on this, it is our recommendation that you leave on all cookies, as they are often used to provide you with a service and a better website experience.
Third party cookies
This site uses Google Analytics, which is one of the most common and trusted analytics solutions. Google Analytics helps us understand how users use our website and helps us find ways in which we can improve users’ experience. These Google Analytics cookies track your behavior, for example in regards to how long you spend on the site and the pages you visit, in order for us to continue to produce engaging and relevant content for you.
For more information on Google Analytics cookies, see the official Google Analytics page.