Cookie Settings

1. About cookies

Cookies are small text files. These text files contain data that is stored on the visitor's computer. From time to time, the website requests data from the cookies the visitor has stored on his/her computer. Websites use cookies, among other things, to store settings for the way the website is displayed to the visitor. Another common use of cookies is as part of gathering information about visitors' behaviour. You consent to the cookies we may place through the cookie banner that appears when you access the website. To withdraw your consent or if we have any questions regarding this Cookie Policy, you can contact us by email. When you withdraw your consent, you will need to open the cookie settings and disable the cookie categories you wish to remove and click save.

2. Use of cookies

We use cookies to improve the usability of the website, such as keeping track of the information you enter when filling in online forms. We use two types of cookies. One type is a persistent cookie that saves a file on your computer for a longer period of time. It is used, among other things, for functions that tell you what has changed since the user last visited the website in question. The other type of cookie is called a session cookie, and these are valid only for the duration of your visit to the website, for example to keep track of whether you are logged in or what you have typed in an online form.

We do not use third-party cookies, nor do we use cookies for marketing purposes.
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Cookies from Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics in order to gain a deeper insight into how our users use our website. The information collected is sent and stored in the United States on Google's server. Google Analytics does not collect any personal data that can be linked to you as an individual. Google uses cookies to evaluate how you use our website, to create reports about your activity and to offer other services/products that may be of interest to you.
Google Analytics places both persistent cookies and session cookies. Google will not associate your IP address with any information collected or data already collected in the past.
For more information you can follow this link to Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites

External scripts
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3. Visitor consent

The starting point is that we obtain your consent before retrieving or storing cookies. This applies to all forms of cookies. However, we do not obtain your consent when cookies are only used to enable the basic functions of the website to work.
You have the option of changing your browser's privacy settings so that it does not accept cookies.
We do not collect personal data through the cookies we use. Where we start using other forms of cookies that collect personal data about you, we will not disclose the personal data to any other party.
You will also be informed of the use of new cookies and given the opportunity to consent to the storage of the cookies in question before they are stored on your computer.