Effective date: August 1, 2018

1. Introduction

Like many other websites this website and our web applications use cookies to analyze usage and help us improve.

2. What is a cookie

A cookie can be considered a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you use it. Each time you use the website again, your browser will send the small text file to the server hosting the website. This enables the website to identify and remember your actions and preferences.

3. How do we use cookies

We use cookies to determine how our web site and applications are used. On our web site we may also use cookies to try and determine the effect of some marketing campaigns; to determine the efficiency or success of our efforts to get our message out there. In our web applications we may also use cookies to remember your choices, to keep you logged in and so on. In the following we list the cookies that we use at the moment.

 

4. How to control cookies

We provide a button to opt-out of from previous consent above. When you click this we will try to delete all the tracking cookies already stored and set a single cookie to record your opt-out (see list above).

Most browsers also allow you to block cookies and to delete already stored cookies. The specific methods vary from browser to browser and from version to version. You can google for information for your specific browser, but we also provide a few links below for some of the popular browsers.