Version: July 2023
Who is responsible for processing your information?
What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that your computer or mobile device saves when you visit this web site. In addition, there are technologies similar to cookies that yield the same results, which we use for our communication as well.
Which are the other technologies similar to cookies?
Web beacons, Local and Session Storage, and SDKs are standard internet technologies which, sometimes together with cookies, allow a system to collect information and then send it. By using cookies and other technologies, we ensure, for example, that:
- Surfing on this web site is more enjoyable and easier for you;
- We can recognize which device you are using when you visit our site;
- We can assess how this web site is used and where we can make improvements;
Which types of cookies do we use? In short:
Functional or essential cookies
Functional cookies make sure that this web site works correctly, for example to monitor your cookie preferences.
We use analytical cookies to collect statistical data about how this web site is used, with the help of third parties. This helps us to continue to improve this web site to the advantage of our users.
Functional or essential cookies
Functional or essential cookies ensure that this web site functions well. For example:
- Using stored browser settings to provide an optimal view of this web site on the screen of your device;
- Storing your cookie preferences;
- Managing the traffic on the web site for an even load, so that it is easily accessible and keeps functioning optimally.
We use analytical cookies to study the use of this web site with the help of third parties. Among other things, these statistics provide us with insights into the frequency of visits and where we can improve this web site. This allows us to optimize your experience of this web site constantly. The information stored includes:
- The IP address, which is rendered anonymous;
- Technical characteristics, such as the browser you use (e.g. Chrome, Safari, Firefox), screen resolution, preferred language, and device;
- From which page or via which advertisement campaign you came to this web site;
- When and how long you visit or use this web site;
- Whether you use functionality of this web site (for example looking for information);
- Whether our information is read; and
- Which pages you visited on this web site.
We use these cookies, for example, to:
- Track the number of visitors to this web site;
- Record the duration of a visit;
- Determine the order in which a visitor views pages on this web site;
- Determine which articles and pages can be linked to each other.
If you do not want web sites to be able to save cookies on your computer, you can modify your browser settings. You will then receive a warning before cookies are placed on your computer. You can also adjust your settings so your browser rejects all cookies or only third-party cookies. You can also remove cookies that have already been placed. You will need to modify settings separately for each browser on each device you use. Unfortunately, if you do not allow cookies, we cannot guarantee that this web site functions properly. Some functions of this web site may be lost and some pages may not be visible to you at all. The procedures for modifying settings vary from one browser to another. Click on one of the links below to go directly to the instructions for your browser or refer to the help function of your browser, if necessary.
To turn off cookies from specific parties, go to www.youronlinechoices.com.
Deleting cookie history
To delete your cookie history, follow the instructions for your browser.
Deleting cookies in Chrome:
- Click on the 3 dots in the top right corner. Go to History > History > Clear browsing data.
- The “Clear browsing data” menu first gives you the option to erase browser information from the time the cookies were first used, up to and including the last hour only. Below that, you can choose which items you want to erase. Be sure to tick “Cookies and other site and plug-in data”.
- Press the “Clear browsing data” button.
Deleting cookies in Safari:
- Go to Safari > Preferences > Privacy > Remove saved cookies and data > Manage web site data > Remove all.
Deleting cookies in Firefox:
- Click on the 3 horizontal dashes in the top right corner and select Options > Privacy > Remove individual cookies.
- Select “Remove All”.
Deleting cookies in Microsoft Edge:
- Click on the 3 dots in the top right corner > Settings. Under “Erase Browse data” select the option “Choose what you want to erase”.
- Select the cookies (pre-selected) > Press the “Erase” button.
Deleting cookies in Internet Explorer:
- Click on the cog wheel in the top right corner. Choose Internet options and the General tab. Under “Browse history”, click on “Remove”.
- You do not want to remove everything? Make sure you check the “Cookies and web site data” box at the very least and click on “Remove”.