WHAT ARE COOKIES?
WHAT DO WE USE THE COOKIES FOR?
Cookies can be categorized by how long they are stored and their function. Session cookies are in effect from when the browser is opened until it is closed. When you close your browser, the cookies are automatically deleted. Permanent cookies are active for a pre-determined time period and remain in the browser until they expire or you delete them manually.
Cookies categorized by their function include:
STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES
These cookies are necessary for the technical functionality and usability of our website.
These cookies collect information on how visitors use our website, for example the most visited pages and possible error messages.
These cookies remember your earlier choices and preferences, such as your username, your language or your geographical location.
These cookies help us present you with content you might find interesting. The cookies can be used for offering targeted advertising and measuring the effectiveness of marketing campaigns. The cookies help us remember the websites you’ve visited, and we may pass this information on to a third party.
Our web page also contains embed codes, which allow the user to share the page’s contents on social media. These services may store cookies in accordance with their own privacy policies.
HOW CAN THE USER CONTROL THE COOKIES?
If the user wishes to prevent the cookies from functioning, they may do so by changing their browser settings. Instructions for this can be found on the browser’s help page. The browsers on mobile devices do not always offer this option. In this case, the user must make changes to the phone settings. For more information, please refer to the user manual for your mobile device. However, it is worth noting that rejecting cookies or deleting them may negatively affect the functioning of the service or certain parts of it, or may even block it completely.
For more information on targeted advertising, cookies and ways to protect your privacy online, please visit www.youronlinechoices.eu.