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Cookies help us understand how you interact with our content, which in turn helps us improve your experience when visiting our website. Cookies recognize your computer, remember your preferences and gather information about what pages you’ve visited and functions you’ve used on our website. The information stored in a cookie is anonymous, i.e. the IP-address isn’t connected to any personal data or other information on your computer.
Cookies used on this website
We use Google Analytics for gathering statistics, which means that information about how visitors interact with our website is stored on servers at Google through the cookies they place on your device. The information shows what sites refer visitors to our website, how long visitors stay on our site and what pages are visited. This kind of information helps us evaluate the usage of our site and find areas for improvement. Google does not connect the visitors IP-address with any other data Google might have. These cookies can be removed without compromising the functionality of the website.
This cookie is delivered by a third party and used for targeted marketing purposes (retargeting). You will see tailored ads and banners based on your interactions on our website while visiting other websites that are part of the third party network. The information stored in the cookie is anonymous, which means that isn’t connected to an individual. The cookie can be excluded and removed without compromising the functionality of this website.
Saying no to cookies
If you now or in the future would like to exclude cookies or remove them, you can do so by altering your browser settings. If you remove all cookies, you might experience that some functions on the website will not work. You can however remove the cookies that are used for marketing purposes, without compromising the functionality of the website. Read more about how to manage and remove cookies at aboutcookies.org.