1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer. Cookies can contain text and numbers, including e.g. dates. Cookies are used by a website to store specific information with the user, so that the website can later recognize the user or load this information. It can e.g. be login information, information about previous visits, and what parts of the website you have visited.
A cookie is not a program and does not contain viruses or similar malicious codes.
Cookies can only be loaded by the address (website) from which they are stored. Ordinary cookies, which are stored from the website, are typically stored from the address you can see in the browser's address bar. However, a website may also contain snippets and information retrieved from addresses other than those displayed in the browser's address bar. It can e.g. be banner ads or analytics tools, but also general content. In this way, cookies can also be stored from other addresses via the website you actually visit - so-called third-party cookies.
Some cookies (so-called session cookies) are only stored in a browser session and are deleted when the browser is closed. Other cookies (so-called persistent cookies) are stored for a defined period of time, and are not deleted until the end of this period.
2. What cookies does the Website use and why?
These cookies are necessary for the website to provide a service that the end user has explicitly requested. It can e.g. be cookies used to make a shopping cart work.
The website's content is stored and managed through the WordPress CMS platform. It sets cookies, which are used to recognize you when you move around the page and to remember whether you are logged in, for example.
These cookies are used to ensure the optimal user experience on the website. It is e.g. selected preferences such as language or choices that make navigation easier. No personally identifiable data is collected by this type of cookie.
Operation and optimization cookies
These cookies are used for the operation of the website. It can e.g. be counting the number of visitors or other information to be used for analysis. They are also used in connection with questionnaires. These cookies may to a limited extent collect data that can be attributed to the individual user.
Marketing - anonymous tracking across websites
These cookies are used to track users across their visits to multiple websites. These cookies can be used to build profiles that show which searches each user has made or which pages they have visited. These cookies may store data that identifies the individual user or that contains specific information about the user. Anonymous data may be shared with 3rd parties.
With Ads This, you can share the site's content on social networks. When you share, Ad This will set cookies which collect information about which pages you share and on which social networks you share it.
Cookies from Facebook are used to display a "like" button and information about which of your Facebook friends like. Facebook also provides access to a statistics tool (Facebook Insights) that shows information about the use of Facebook.
No matter which browser you use, you can set the browser not to store cookies. For some browsers you can also set this to apply only to certain websites.
4. How can I delete cookies?
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you find the settings depends on which browser you are using. However, you should be aware that if you do, there are many features and services that you cannot use because they presuppose that the website can remember the choices you make.
You can delete or block cookies in your browser. It is done differently in all browsers, follow this if necessary instructions
5. Insights and complaints
You always have the right to be informed about the information we have collected about you, and can at any time ask to have the information deleted. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to complain about our processing of your personal data or contact Inspectorate direct.