What are cookies?
Cookies are used by almost all websites. Sometimes using cookies is the only way to make the website work according to the intended purpose.
A cookie is a file which is stored on your computer or other IT equipment. Cookies make it possible for the website to recognise your computer and collect information about the websites and functions visited by your browser. But cookies cannot identify who you are, what your name is, where you live, or whether the computer is used by one or more persons. Nor can it spread computer virus or other malware. Cookies are used, e.g., for collecting statistics and for remembering whether visitors require an especially large font.
The information from the cookies stored is used to improve our website. The information is anonymous and will not be personally identifiable.
You may reject cookies on your computer by changing your browser settings. Where you can access the settings depends on the browser you are using. You should note, however, that if you reject cookies, certain functions of the website will no longer be available to you, because our website will be unable to store the choices that you make.
Rejecting or deleting cookies
You can reject cookies at any time on your computer by changing your browser settings. Where you can access the settings depends on the browser you are using.
All browsers allow you to delete cookies either one by one or all at once. How to delete the cookies depends on the browser you are using. Follow the links below to get instructions for your browser. If you use several browsers, then remember that you have to delete cookies in them all.