COOKIES

We want to inform you about the personal information we store regarding your visit on our website, and the purpose for which they are used.

A cookie is a text file that is stored in your browse’s memory after visits or interactions with a website. The purpose is to remember previous user settings, provide more personalized user experience, or obtain statistics that provide insight into user behaviour so that the website can be optimized. This website uses cookies but does not collect data that identifies you or which could violate your privacy. You can use almost all content on our website without entering your data. When and to what extent we register and process personal information when using our website, are described as following:

 

Google Analytics

The website uses Google Analytics as an analytics tool, where the information is stored on one of Google's servers. The information is subject to Google's Privacy Policy. The website uses the 'anonymizeIp' function to anonymize the visitor's IP address to not identify the individual user.

 

Form submission

If you wish to use our contact form or other forms on the website, collected data will only be used by us and only to the extent necessary to run customer service.

 

Log Files

Like most other websites, we use log files. Information in the log files includes IP addresses, browser, ISP, time, referring pages, etc. This information is not personally identifiable.

 

Search

If the search is available on the website, we will save information about what keywords users use in the search tool. The purpose of storing those is to make information opportunities better. Only search terms are stored and they can’t be linked to other user information, such as IP address.

 

YouTube

If we use YouTube to show videos, YouTube stores cookies, such as personal settings and information about bandwidth. This, like Google Analytics, is also subject to Google Privacy Policy.

 

Google AdWords.

If we use Google AdWords for a period of time, and track actions as a result of an ad click, Google will collect information to customize ads for users based on interests and past site usage. This targeting contributes to more relevant marketing for you as a user. According to Google's privacy policy, it does not collect or use information that can be used to identify people.

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