What are cookies?
When visiting this website cookies are set on your computer, tablet or smartphone for keeping up with statistical and research data. Cookies are small, simple text files. On your next visit, the cookies are used to recognise you. For instance, cookies ensure you are not required to enter the same information every time you visit our website. Your settings and preferences are remembered and that makes a subsequent visit to the site easier. Thanks to cookies, the information and offers on the site can also be aligned to your preferences.
Using a session cookie, we can see which sections of the website you have visited on this visit. That means we’re able to adjust our website and services as much as possible to our visitors’ browsing behaviour. These cookies are automatically removed as soon as your web browser closes.
We also set tracking cookies if you give us permission to do so. By clicking on the ‘accept cookies’ button or by clicking further on our website, you are giving permission to cookies to be set. What is known as a tracking profile is created, which is not linked to a name, address, email address and suchlike, known to us. The profile makes it possible to set the website to your preferences.
Persistent cookies can be deleted through the browser.
Do you not want to allow cookies? You can delete cookies manually through your browser or have these deleted automatically when ending an internet session. You can set the internet browser in such a way that a message is provided if a cookie is set, or set it so that cookies cannot be set. In certain cases, you can then no longer use the website.
See also our privacy statement.
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