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A cookie is a small data file, which saves on your computer in order to manage what happens during your visit, and to recognise your computer. A cookie is not an application and does not contain viruses.


We use cookies on Not only do they make the website work, they also provide information about how you use our website so that we are able to improve and adapt it to suit your requirements and interests. Cookies on our website are primarily used to measure traffic and to optimise content.


Some cookies are required in order to make the website deliver the service which the user has requested.’s contents are stored and administered through WordPress. It saves cookies which are used in order to recognize you as you browse our website.


Some cookies are used to ensure you the best possible user experience on our website. These could be cookies for your chosen preferences, e.g. language or preferences, which make navigation easier. No data, which can be attributed to you personally, is gathered with this type of cookie.

Videos on our site are embedded using YouTube uses cookies to register what videos are shown and how much of the video you view.


These cookies are used to operate the website. These cookies may be used for counting the number of visitors or gathering other information, which is then used for analytical purposes. These cookies are also used for questionnaires. These cookies are used to collect limited data that can be attributed to individual users.

We use Google Analytics to analyse how you and other visitors use The information, which our cookies gather about your use of the site (traffic data, including your IP address), is sent to, and stored on Google’s servers in the United States. Disable cookies from Google Analytics here:


These cookies are used to track you and other users across several websites. These cookies can be used to build up profiles, which show the searches each user has conducted or the specific pages s/he has visited. These cookies are used to store data, which identifies each user personally, or contains specific information about the user. Anonymous data may be shared with third parties.


You can always refuse cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you find these settings depends on the browser you are using. You should, however, be aware that if you do refuse cookies, there will be many features and services, which you cannot use, because they depend on the website’s being able to remember the choices you make.

Cookies, which you have previously accepted, can easily be deleted at a later stage. If you use a PC with a new browser, you will be able to delete your cookies by using the following shortcuts: CTRL + SHIFT + Delete

If these shortcuts do not work, and/or you are using a Mac, you should start by finding out what browser you are using and then click the applicable link:

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