cookie policy

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies serve a number of purposes. They help the website remember your settings, e.g. language, font size or other settings that you set up on your computer to view our website, so that when you visit the website again you don’t need to set them up again. This way websites can remember your preferences and settings, information that you have already completed the web survey or simply the fact that you have already logged in.

Some cookies are necessary for website functioning (e.g. the login cookie, cookie for the web store shopping cart content), some are intended to improve the user experience (e.g. storing of user’s preferences) and some are used for monitoring website visits, which helps the website administrator improve the website and the user experience with it. Some cookies enable user tracking across several websites.

Analytics, Traffic Meters

They allow anonymous monitoring and analysis of page visits. They tell us what users see on our sites, how often and how they access them. They achieve this by distinguishing between individual users.

Social networks

Social networks (like Facebook) need to know who you are to work properly.

Cookies used on the domain

Managing cookies on web browsers

Most modern broswers allow you to manage cookies saved on your computer. For example you may wish to accept all cookies or reject all cookies. Be careful when removing cookies, as some pages may not work properly. This is mainly about online shopping sites that must use cookies to function properly.
To manage cookies in your web browser, we have provided some cookie handling guidelines for some web browsers. To see the instructions, click on the link next to the appropriate browser:
Google Chrome

Issue with blocking third-party cookies
Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge


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