Cookies are small text files that a web server can save in a web browser to keep track of information during and between visits to a website.
We use both our own cookies (navigation) and third-party cookies (visitor statistics and advertising).
- facilitate navigation on the site,
- collect visitor statistics,
- measure and analyze how our site works (eg loading times),
- deliver the site content as quickly and efficiently as possible,
- show relevant advertising to our visitors and
- collect ad impression statistics.
On our websites, so-called third-party cookies are used. For example, when we use Google Analytics for website analytics, some cookies are set by Google. The purpose of these cookies is to understand how our site is used and how to improve it.
Some third-party cookies are introduced by services shown on our pages that are not under our control. These cookies are submitted by companies that provide social media, such as Twitter and Facebook.
Another type of third-party cookie is set by Cloudflare. Cloudflare protect us from malicious activities on our sites and also helps us serve our content fast and efficient, and thats the purpose of these cookies.
Our advertisers also set third-party cookies to show personalized ads (if you approved), as well as to follow up how the advertisement worked. Here is a list of organizations that via Googles ad solutions may display ads with us.
Approval of cookies
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can do it in your browser. See your browser's help pages or here:
If you turn off cookies, the site's functionality will be limited.
If you generally want to restrict a specific advertiser targeting you online, including on our sites, you can try: