Cookie policy

When you visit, a cookie is placed on your computer. A cookie is a small text-file which is stored to support the use of websites. A cookie is a passive file and does not present a risk concerning viruses or other damaging programs.

How do we use cookies?

We use cookies to track the number of visitations and in order to increase the functionality for our users; e.g. to remember your choices from a previous visit.

Cookies gather the following information when you visit our website:

Browser type
Operating system
Address of our pages that you visit (URL-address)
Time, pages have been visited
If you have followed a link from another website to, the cookie registers where you arrived from.

Data from cookies cannot be used to gather personal information about you.
No information will be shared or sold to a third party.

You can always refuse to use cookies on your computer by choosing the relevant settings in your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox etc.). If you do not wish to receive cookies from, most browsers provide the option to choose advanced cookie settings (under internet settings) and add to the list of websites that you want to block cookies from. This is also where you are able to delete individual cookies or all cookies that your browser has saved.

When you visit without having refused or deleted cookies, then you have accepted the use of them.