The Cookie Law
A cookie is a small file that is sent along with the pages of a website and stored on your computer’s hard disk by your browser.
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If you can see the bar (at the top of the page), you can choose between allowing or refusing cookies.
The cookies we use
We have listed the cookies we use on this website below.
With your consent, Google and/or Sitestat installs cookies on your computer. We use these cookies to keep track of the pages you visit. We can then use that data to collect information about visitor patterns. The program (Sitestat and/or Google Analytics) keeps the statistical data up to date. The information collected by Sitestat and/or Google Analytics is anonymised as far as possible. We would like to stress that your IP address is never registered. For more information, see:
Social media cookies
This website contains buttons that allow you to share web pages on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. The buttons use pieces of code from Facebook or Twitter respectively and that code enables the installation of the cookies. We do not have any control over that process. For more information, please see the privacy statements issued by Facebook and Twitter to find out what they do with your personal details and other data which they process with the help of these cookies.
With your consent, we install ‘tracking cookies’ on your computer. We use these cookies to keep track of the pages you visit; we use that information to build a profile of your online behaviour. Those profiles are never linked to your name, address, email address, etc. They are only used to match advertisements to your profile so that the advertisements are as relevant as possible for you.
Content from other websites
If any content comes from another website, we cannot rule out the possibility of that content installing cookies.
Cookies are installed on your computer by means of Flash videos and Flash animation.