We may occasionally update this information as needed. Therefore, we recommend that you check this page regularly to find the most up-to-date information about the cookies we use on our website.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer, mobile phone or tablet when you visit a website. We use the following types of cookies on our website: Session cookies, persistent cookies and web beacons.
The cookies that we use:
Session cookies are stored during an “active session” – in other words, while you are using our website. Session cookies are normally removed once you close the web browser. We use this type of cookie to map your actions on our website.
Persistent cookies are stored on your device until their expiration date (which is specific to each individual cookie) or until you manually remove them from your device. The cookie will be activated every time you visit a website that generates that specific persistent cookie. A persistent cookie also allows you to remember your preferences or actions on a website (or on different websites).
Web beacons are transparent images that can be included in e-mails or on our website that let us see what the user clicks on.
Data from these cookies enables you to use our website and its functions. These cookies are necessary for the website to be able to function correctly. Without necessary cookies, certain services on our website wouldn’t work at all, or the website wouldn’t run as smoothly as it should. These cookies do not collect any information for purposes such as marketing.
Functional cookies are used to facilitate your use of our website. Functional cookies enable the website to remember any choices you make, such as responses to a form or previous language choices, so that you do not have to repeat these choices every time you visit our website.
Analytical cookies gather information on how a website is used in order to improve its functionality. For example, these cookies can reveal which pages are the most visited, help to document problems with a website and show if the advertising on a website has been effective or not.
Marketing cookies are used to show you adverts that are relevant for you and your interests or to limit the number of times you see the same advert on one website. These cookies can also be used to remember what you have looked at when you visit our website. We use this information to provide you with personalised content
recommendations and for marketing communication purposes. We can also combine this information with other information that you have provided to us.
How can I check and manage the cookies used on your website?
Normally, your web browser or device allows you to change the settings for the cookies in use and the extent of their use. Go to your browser or device settings to read more about how to adjust the settings for cookies. For example, you can choose to block all cookies, only accept cookies from first parties or delete cookies once you close the browser.
If you choose to remove cookies or disable future cookies, there is a risk that you won’t be able to access certain pages or functions on our website. If you adjust your cookie settings, this also affects other websites that you visit.
In Google’s ad settings, you can also manage the cookies used to display personalised adverts on websites – see Google Cookies Settings.