This website uses techniques to create the site. Visitors easier to use and more personal The best known of these techniques is ‘cookies’
There are three types of cookies:
– Necessary Cookies
Some cookies are necessary to hold during a visit to the site or to your next visit. Settings or preferences Suppose you want cookies from a particular website. This site can “remember” by placing a cookie. Without cookies you every time bothered with the same questions.
– Cookies for research on website use
There are cookies on the website by giving what pages you view, in what order, and for how long. This is web statistics to make, which can help to better align the website. Visitors on off Cookies are similar to, for example online surveys.
– Cookies from third party websites
In certain parts of the website put third party websites cookies. These are handy extras, like a Google map with interactive directions, a ‘like’ button on Facebook, or the ability to tweet something through. This cookie “knows” the website you are viewing, or you login. Google, Facebook or Twitter
The cookie law
Legal concerns Article 11.7a of the Telecommunications Act, popularly called the legislation the “cookie law”. The cookie law is intended to prevent consumers from being tracked on the Internet without their knowledge or without being bothered by ads while they do not want. The law states that the visitor of a site should be about what cookies are placed and why. Therefore informed And that the visitor should be able to refuse.
Cookies are safe
Cookies are not computer programs, and cookies can not be used to spread viruses. Websites can trace any personal information from cookies, such as a phone number or email address. Therefore, cookies do not lead to telemarketing or spam. Moreover a strict privacy policy and follow the Data Protection Act. We use functional cookies. These are cookies that are required to run the website.
We use cookies for functional:
– Withholding information that you provide, so you do not need to fill in all your details again.
– The transmission of information from one page to the next page
No personal data
Cookies as using, do not contain personal data. Such cookies are therefore not to be used to identify yourself. This would require additional information are needed: for example, a combination of cookies of type 3 with your login details for websites (which credentials are often traced back to you personally). Without additional information, cookies pose no threat to your privacy. The cookies do not store any personal information and are not to be linked to an individual.
Will also be a cookie placed by the U.S. company Google, as part of the “Analytics” service via our website. We use this service to track and get over how visitors use the website reports. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if this is required by law or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. We have no influence.
The information we collect is anonymous as much as possible. Your IP address is not explicitly given. The information is transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
Cookies from third party websites
If you make use of handy extras on our website originating from eg Google, Facebook or Twitter, visiting your website a cookie on your computer. We have no influence on what third parties do with their cookies.
Cookies are automatically deleted. Cookies can always remove But only you can do this as they are stored on your computer. Consult the manual for your browser.