What is a “cookie”?
A “cookie” is a small text file that the server sends to the web browser and that asks permission to be stored on your hard drive. If you have enabled “cookies”, the file will be saved on your hard drive and then the “cookie” will help analyse web traffic or let you know when you have visited a specific website. “Cookies” allow the web app to reply to you as an individual. The web app will adjust its actions to your wills, likes and dislikes, collecting and remembering the information about your choices.
How do we use “cookies”?
A “cookie” does not give us access to your computer or your data - only to the data you chose to share with us. You can accept or refuse “cookies”. Most browser will accept “cookies” automatically but you can set up your browser so that they automatically refuse “cookies”. This can prevent you from getting the full user experience when visiting the website.
List of “cookies” we collect
Below is a list of “cookies” we collect and what information they store.
In addition to homepage cookies, we use trustworthy third-party cookies. They let the user share the page on their social media pages and collect statistics on the webpage visits. These cookies help us show you personalised ads on different platforms, such as Google, Google partner companies or Facebook platforms.