A cookie is a small data fragment that is provided with a unique identification code and which is written by a website. Cookies are stored locally in the web browser or on the hard disk of your computer or the mobile device you are using when visiting certain web pages. They are created by your browser at our request and stored in an approved location on your device. These cookies are not used to monitor the surfing behaviour of visitors to other websites. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise a user.
By using cookies we will be able to detect whether you have already visited the website previously, and provide you the best possible experience by: – Preventing you from receiving the same information or having to enter the same information each time you visit our website; – Keeping a record of your behaviour, such as your language preferences. This helps us improve the website and our customer’s browsing experience; – To recognise which device you use when you are visiting our website.
Some cookies have been placed by our website (‘first-party cookies’) and some by third parties, such as Facebook (‘third-party cookies’). Cookies are used to collect information about the use made by visitors of our websites, with the intention of improving the content of these websites, to better adapt it to the wishes of the visitors and to enhance the user-friendliness of our websites. Examples of such cookies include a cookie that helps us count the number of unique visitors and a cookie that keeps a record of which pages are most popular.
Some cookies, like ‘session cookies’, are deleted from the browser when you switch off your computer. Other cookies will remain on your computer until they expire after a certain amount of time. These are called ‘persistent cookies’ and can be used to store information in between browser sessions, such as the preference settings on a website.
What the cookies we use do NOT to do is collecting personal or sensitive information without your permission, or transferring your data to third parties.
Your internet browser can allow you to block cookies, send you a warning when a cookie is installed, or ensure that cookies are removed from your hard disk afterwards. The cookies on the browser can be rendered unusable at every moment and all the cookies stored on a computer at a given point in time can be deleted by changing your privacy settings in your browser or clicking on ‘delete cookies’. by changing your privacy settings in your browser or clicking on ‘delete cookies’.
You can click on ‘help’ in the browser menu to find out how to do this for the browser on your computer or surf to www.allaboutcookies.org. To make complete use of all the website’s features and the personalised functions, your computer, tablet or mobile telephone must accept cookies because we can only offer certain personal and essential options on our website with the help of cookies.
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