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About Cookies

What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are sent to your computer when you visit a website. Cookies on websites do many different things, such as making you navigate between pages more efficiently, storing your preferences and generally improving your experience of a website.
The EU Directive 2009/136 / EC states that we may store cookies on your computer when they are essential to the operation of the site, but for all others we need your permission to do so.

The type of cookies we use
If you decide to set the language, font size or specific version of the site (e.g. high contrast), we use "user interface custom cookies". Once set, you do not need to indicate your preferences again when you next visit the site.
If you use parts of the site that require registration to access content, we will place an "authentication cookie" on your computer. This allows you to leave the site and later return to those parts of the site without having to log in again.
If Adobe Flash is installed on your computer (as is the case with most computers) and you use video players, we store a "flash cookie" on your computer. These cookies are used to store information necessary to play video or audio content, and to store user preferences. Cookies are used to understand how visitors use our website through the use of web analytics services. They count the number of visitors and tell us things about the behavior of visitors in general - such as identifying the keywords in the search function that lead the user to the site, the length of stay on the site or the average number of pages a user has viewed. For this purpose, we place a "first party analytics cookie" on your computer.

We may also use services such as Google Analytics to track web statistics. In this case, Google will place a "3rd party cookie" on your computer. This is also the case when we use Google Maps.

How do you manage cookies?
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can change your browser so that it warns you when cookies are being sent or you can refuse all cookies. You can also delete cookies that have already been set.

If your browser wishes to restrict cookies set on your device, you can do so by blocking the browser settings; the Help function in your browser should tell you how. You could also visit www.cookiesandyou.com. This website provides extensive information on how to do this on various desktop browsers.