In order to get the most out of our website, it’s almost impossible not to use some cookies. At our page we use the session cookies, the persistent cookies and the performance cookies.
The session cookies are here to make the website function properly and they do not collect any of your personal data.
The persistent cookies are tracking how your online preferences are at this specific page, so once you’ve made a choice on the page that will be remembered by the website which also helps speed up your future interactions with our site.
The performance cookies help improve our website, as they record how people behave on the page, for instance which sites on the website is visited more often.
This kind of cookie is a temporary cookie that remember your online activities. Websites alone has no sense of memory, so without these cookies would your browsing history always be blank, as the website would actually treat you as a completely new visitor with every click you make.
These cookies are tracking your online preferences. When you visit a new website for the first time all settings are at default. But once you start to personalize the website by choosing language, menu preferences, login information and such the persistent cookies will remember these settings and implement those preferences the next time you choose to visit the site.
These cookies help improve the website. They can record which pages people visit most often, they can record an error message on a website and send this information back to the website owner to be fixed. Performance cookies are not programmed to collect personal information or to create a profile of a person.