We use various measuring tools on our website to produce statistics at an overall/aggregated level about users/traffic. However, these statistics never contain any form of personal information and are only used to detect general patterns in the use of web-based services.
- Enable the system to recognise returning users and adapt the navigation and services accordingly.
- Make it easier for you to move around the website, for example by remembering previous selections and allowing you to save favourites/shortcuts for pages and services.
- Develop and improve the website by understanding how it is used.
- Calculate and report user numbers and traffic.
We also use so-called third-party cookies from other companies to perform market research and measure traffic and to improve the functionality of our website.
How to opt out of this service
You can delete cookies from your hard disk at any time, but this may result in the loss of your personal settings. You can also change the settings in your web browser so that it does not allow cookies to be stored on your hard disk. However, this will impair the functionality of some web pages and may mean that some content and certain functions are unavailable.
If your web browser supports a form of “incognito browsing”, you can use this and all cookies will be deleted automatically when you close your browser.
More information about cookies
Instructions for deleting cookies from your web browser can be found, for example, on Google’s help pages. Here you will find step-by-step guides for the most common web browsers on the market.
Facts about cookies
What are cookies?
The term third-party cookies means that the cookie comes from a third party – via the website you are visiting. Third-party cookies are used by analytics companies, for example.
What are third-party cookies used for?
Third-party cookies are used, among other things, to collect visitor statistics for an individual website.
Can third-party cookies be used to track private individuals?
No. The information is stored anonymously and this cookie communicates using an anonymous and encrypted ID number that cannot be linked to a particular computer. The only way to connect the information to a computer is if you have access to both the database and the individual computer.