Like most other websites, you leave electronic tracks using, inter alia, cookies. The information is anonymous, so we are unable to see who you are. We do not link anonymised technical data to specific users.
What is a cookie?
How to delete and avoid cookies
It is up to you whether or not you wish to accept cookies, or if you would rather delete them. You do this in the browser settings of your computer, telephone or tablet. If you disable cookies in your browser, certain functions on the website will no longer work.
Which cookies do we use and why?
Session cookies are necessary to keep the connection open between your computer and a website/application. An example of this is when buying from the website, where you will only be able to do so to a limited extent if you have disabled cookies in your browser. Session cookies are deleted again when you close your browser.
Persistent cookies are stored on your computer to remember a choice that you have made. Example: You see a banner that you click away once you have read the message. We store a cookie that tells us that you do not want to see that banner again.
Cookies for web statistics
We use Google Analytics as a tool to analyse web statistics.