Cookies policy

On this website we use cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer by pages on this website. This text file is used by our webserver to remember information about your visit.

By using permanent cookies we are able to recognize you with each visit to our website. This allows us to provide you with your personal preferences and settings. For instance, by accepting our cookie policy we use a cookie to remember that you closed the cookie bar at the top of the screen. Cookies like this are used to improve your browsing experience and save you time. Permanent cookies can be deleted from your computer by using the settings in your browser.

Session cookies

By using session cookies we can see what parts of this website you have visited. This information is used to modify the website to better serve our visitors. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser.

Google Analytics cookies

Cookies are placed via our website by the American company Google, as part of their “Analytics” service. We use this service to receive statistics and reports about our website visitors. Google may give this information to third parties if they are required to do so by law, or in case third parties process the information for Google. This is out of our control. We have not allowed Google to use our analytics information for other Google services.

The information that Google collects is stored anonymously as much as possible. Your IP address will not be displayed. The information is transfered to Google and stored on servers in the United States. Google is a member of the EU Safe Harbor program. The safe harbor — approved by the EU in 2000 — is an important way for U.S. companies to avoid experiencing interruptions in their business dealings with the EU or facing prosecution by European authorities under European privacy laws. By certifying safe harbor, Google has assured EU organizations that Google provides “adequate” privacy protection for you your data, as defined by the Directive.

YouTube and Vimeo cookies

Youtube and Vimeo allow users to embed videos on their website. When you view an embedded video cookies are placed on your computer by the video service. By using these cookies the video service can identify you as a user. We have no control over this process.

Deleting cookies

You can enable/disable cookies and delete them in your browser. Please refer to the help documentation of your browser to find out more about this.

More information about cookies

On the following pages you can find more information about cookies: