What is a cookie?

Cookies are used by virtually all websites. In some cases, cookies are the only way to make a website work as intended.

A cookie is a file that is placed on your computer or other IT equipment. It allows you to recognize your computer and gather information about which pages and features are visited with your browser. However, cookies cannot tell who you are, what your name is, where you live, or whether your computer is used by one or more people. It also cannot spread computer viruses or other malicious programs.

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The first time you land on, you will see a banner with information about cookies for statistics.

Statistics cookies are used to optimize the design, usability and efficiency of a website.

The information collected is included in, for example, analyses of which information is most popular on the page and which should therefore be easy to find, so that usability is improved. We also use statistics cookies to collect visitor statistics through a simple count of the number of visits to the website.

The information in the statistics is anonymous and is not connected to the individual user.

If you click "Reject", no cookies are set for statistics. However, we use a cookie to remember your no thanks to statistics.

Clicking "Accept" sets cookies to collect statistics and the banner disappears.

Delete or turn cookies off

You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you find the settings depends on which browser you are using. However, be aware that if you do, there are many features and services on the Internet that you can't use.

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