Cookies

What are cookies?

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All our websites use cookies. A cookie is a small file that is sent to your computer when using this website. The file is saved to your computer's hard drive by your Internet browser. The information in a cookie can be sent back to our services during subsequent visits.

Our website uses three types of cookies.

1. Functional cookies that contribute to making our website work as efficiently as possible. For instance, to show the cookie permission banner when you visit our website for the first time.

2. Google Analytics Cookies that, completely anonymously, remember your computer or mobile device when you visit our website. Google Analytics is an external service that collects standard Internet login information in order to determine visitors' behavioural patterns. This information is processed in a way that does not identify the user personally. We use it to monitor how many people use our sources, which in turn helps us improve our websites.

3.1 Third-party advertising cookies

Our website will regularly present ads to you. These ads are a necessary source of income for us. We use them to finance our website. Certain ads may use cookies. These ads are placed on our website by third parties.

Personalisation cookies are placed after you have given your permission. You can do this by clicking the agree button in the cookie bar or continuing on the website after the cookie bar has appeared.

3.2 Google

Our Website contains ads that are supplied by the American company Google. These may use cookies and other technologies, such as Google Analytics, to track how Users interact with the Website. The information gathered in this manner, including your computer's address (IP address), is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.

Google uses this information to track how our Website is used, to provide us with Website reports, and in order to inform its advertisers on the effectiveness of their campaigns. If obligated to do so, Google may provide this information to third parties, or alternatively, in as far as these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no control over this.

The following Google Analytics advertising features have been implemented on our Website:

- Remarketing with Google Analytics
- Reporting for Google Display Network displays
- Reports for demographic and interest categories of Google Analytics
- Integrated services that require Google Analytics to collect data via advertising cookies and IDs.

You may opt out of Google Analytics advertising features using the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on or via the 'Advertising settings' or http://www.aboutads.info/ . More information Google privacy.

3.3 Other advertising companies

To display ads when you visit our Website, we also use other external advertising companies. These companies may potentially use information about your visit to our or other websites in order to display ads for goods and services that might interest you. Should you desire more information about this process or wish to prevent companies using this information, please click this link.

Deleting cookies

Do you object to our use of cookies? You are free to delete cookies in your Internet browser's settings. You will have to do this yourself, though, as these cookies are directly stored on your device. Further instructions may be found in the help section of your browser. On www.youronlinechoices.com you can delete third-party cookies centrally. This ensures they won't return when you visit another website.