A cookie is a small data file that websites store on the visitors' computer. The contents of this data file are passed back and forth between the browser and the website. Cookies make it possible to "recognise" visitors. For example, they can be used for:
- optimising user experience or design on a service
- generating web statistics
A cookie is not a programme and it cannot spread computer viruses. When cookies are used to recognise visitors, each user receives a cookie with a unique number.
On our website, we are using cookies from the following companies for the mentioned purposes.
Google cookies are used for website statistics, so we can keep track of which pages our visitors use and how the website is used. In that way we can continuously improve the experience on the website. The registration is anonymous, but among other things we can see from which geographic area (city) the visitors are coming.
We have enabled IP address anonymisation in Google Analytics so that the full IP address is not stored with Google.
We use YouTube videos on the website. In this connection, cookies are used that provide YouTube with information about which videos you have watched.