What is a cookie and why do we use them?
A cookie is a data file stored in your browser. The cookie identifies your computer when you enter our website.
By using cookies from Google Analytics, we can monitor, inter alia:
1. Whether you have visited our website previously
2. What country you come from
3. What website you have visited previously
4. Which search engine you have used to be directed to our website
5. When and for how long you have visited our website.
On a few of our websites, we also use a cookie from Google Analytics which gives us the opportunity to target the readers of our advertisements on websites not administered by us (so-called “remarketing”). The purpose of doing this is to be able to present you with relevant advertisements.
Once a year, for a period of one to two months, a cookie is used in connection with optional user surveys. The survey uses a cookie to make sure you don’t receive the survey if you have already responded to it, or if you have declined to take part in it.
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We also use a cookie that defines the language you use, if the site has multiple language choices.
How long are cookies stored and how can I remove them?