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Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. Cookies do not contain personal data and cannot be associated with specific individuals. This data is not combined with data from other sources. The majority of the cookies that we use are session cookies, which are deleted when you close your browser. Cookies do not cause any damage to your computer and do not contain any viruses. You can configure your browser to block cookies. You can also opt out in the data privacy policy. Instructions are provided at the end of this page.

The website uses the following cookies:

Google Analytics (cookie expires after 2 years)

Google Analytics is a web analysis tool which helps website owners to analyze how visitors interact with their website. Google Analytics uses first-party cookies to analyze user interactions. These cookies are used to store information like the time at which you visited the website, how frequently you access the website and which website you came from. First-party cookies do not work across multiple domains.

Caching lifetime of CSS and Javascript files

We store the lifetime of CSS and Javascript files in a cookie to optimize the speed of our website. These files are loaded by the local browser cache when you next visit the website. If the cookie is not stored on your computer or is invalid, the CSS and Javascript files will be loaded from the website.

Cookieconsent_dismissed (cookies expires after 1 year)

This cookie is used to record the fact that you have accepted cookies on the homepage banner.

How to change your browser’s cookie settings:

You can configure your browser to accept all cookies, block all cookies or notify you if a website wants to store a cookie on your computer.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. Select the Tools button, and then select Internet Options.
  2. Click on the Privacy tab.
  3. You can now change security settings for different Internet zones. You can choose which cookies should be blocked and which should be accepted.
  4. Click OK to confirm your changes

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click the menu button and choose Options.
  2. Select the Privacy & Security panel.
  3. In the drop-down menu next to Firefox, choose Use custom settings for history.
  4. You can now choose whether cookies should be accepted or not. You can also select how long cookies should be kept for and add exceptions (websites).
  5. Click OK to confirm your changes.

Google Chrome:

  1. Click the menu button at the top right.
  2. 2. Select Settings, then scroll down and click Advanced.
  3. Click Content settings under Privacy and security.
  4. Click on Cookies to open a screen where you can delete cookies configure Chrome to block all cookies configure Chrome to accept all cookies configure Chrome to delete cookies and site data when you close your browser add exceptions for cookies from specific websites or domains
  5. Close the settings window.

Apple Safari

  1. Choose Safari > Preferences,
  2. then click Privacy.
  3. To deactivate cookies, select the Always block option for “Cookies and website data”. To accept cookies, select Always allow.
  4. Accept your changes.

If you use a different browser, select the “Cookies” option from the Help function to find out where your cookies are stored. .