ABOUT COOKIES

We use cookies to give you the best browsing experience. The data collected is used to optimize the website of our visitors and provide targeted information to users.

What are cookies? A cookie is a technology that allows you to remember something about you as a user. Cookies are small text files containing information stored on your access device.

Without cookies, every website and app simply loses its memory every time you visit a new page or open the app again. He doesn't remember who you are and what you've done or what you love. This can be quite complicated as a lot of the user experience that you are used to getting using a website or app would cease to exist. Without this memory, we cannot, for example, log you in because we have forgotten who you are. Or we can't show you the rights language settings because we don't know where you are from. So, all of those useful features that make a site more enjoyable would not be possible. But not using cookies also means that you cannot be tracked. Some sites use cookies to remember what you do on their website and to target advertisements to you. It sounds bad but since cookies also remember what you like there will be no advertising - or at least less advertising - that you are not interested in. Another scenario is that cookies will be used to find out which of our marketing partners send you to us. If you click on an ad on another website, that site uses cookies to let us know you came from them. It sounds bad but since cookies also remember what you like there will be no advertising - or at least less advertising - that you are not interested in. Another scenario is that cookies will be used to find out which of our marketing partners send you to us. If you click on an ad on another website, that site uses cookies to let us know you came from them. It sounds bad but since cookies also remember what you like there will be no advertising - or at least less advertising - that you are not interested in. Another scenario is that cookies will be used to find out which of our marketing partners send you to us. If you click on an ad on another website, that site uses cookies to let us know you came from them.

Cookies aren't automatically good or bad, but it's worth understanding what you can do about them and making your own decision about your data.