Effective date: December 1st, 2020
What is a Cookie?
Below the different types of Cookies used on our websites are listed. These tables are subject to change and will be updated from time to time.
“Required Cookies” are necessary for basic website functionality. Examples of these are Session Cookies needed to transmit the website, authentication Cookies, and security Cookies. Because Required Cookies are essential to operate our sites, it is not possible to opt-out of these Cookies.
We use “Functional Cookies” to improve the performance of our websites or to provide you with more relevant communication. Functional Cookies include Cookies used to analyse website traffic, Cookies to do market research or Cookies used to display advertising that is not directed to a particular individual. For instance, we use Functional Cookies to remember whether you are registered to our newsletter so that we can display information on our websites that might only apply to subscribed and/or unsubscribed users. We may use third-party technology (e.g. Google Analytics) to set Functional Cookies. It helps us analyse how our websites are used, including the number of visitors and the pages on our websites to which visitors navigate.
The majority of the data which we collect by Cookies is anonymous, hence it does not allow us to personally identify a user. However, Cookies may allow us to detect browsing patterns and approximate geographical location to improve your experience. Furthermore, it is possible that the personal information that we may have retrieved and stored about you is connected to the information obtained from Cookies.
How can you accept or decline Cookies?
- Cookie Settings
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