What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer, and is used to analyze how visitors use the site. There are two types of cookies; temporary and those that are stored on your computer. Those that are stored on your computer can be used to show what is new on a website since you were last there. The cookie contains the last visit dates.
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If you no longer want cookies to be stored on your computer or that your visit to our web page to appear in the statistics on Google Analytics, you can install an opt-out extension for your browser.
- Analyze visitor statistics so that we can create a better user experience
- Indicate in case the visitor has a browser that is not supported
- Collect information about how visitors use the website to:
- identifying users and sessions
- identify new visitors
- identify the source that explains how the user has landed on the site
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