What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is placed on your computer when you visit a website. Cookies have countless functions. Among other things, they collect information, memorize the visitor's individual settings, and use e.g. when using online shopping carts and generally make it easier for users to use the website.

What do we use cookies for?
We use Google Analytics cookies to collect information about how our visitors use our website. These cookies cannot identify you personally (they also only partially record the IP address you are currently using) and collect information such as which page our visitor viewed, which part of the website the user clicked on, how many pages were visited, how long each session was viewed, what were any error messages - all to improve our website and improve the user experience. To learn more about Google Analytics cookies, please click here. We also use third-party cookies (such as Google AdWords Conversion Tracking) from our advertising partners to measure the success of our campaigns. These are only sent to the visitor's computer when certain sub-pages are visited, so we only store the fact and time of the visit to that sub-page, not any other information. To learn more about Google's privacy policy, click here.

Setting cookies
Browsers allow users to individually control cookie settings, including preventing automatic acceptance. Please note that cookies are intended to support the use of this website and we do not recommend disabling them.

You can learn about cookie settings in browsers made by different developers on the following pages: