The second type of cookie is called a session cookie. These are valid only for the duration of your visit to the website – for example, to keep track of whether you are logged in or what you have typed in an online form. Session cookies are deleted when you leave the page or close your browser window.
A cookie will also be set for visitors that use a very old version of their web browser and who decided to proceed to the website after being notified that their version of the web browser isn’t supported.
What cookies do we use on our website?
Cookies not requiring consent on our website
These cookies are strictly necessary for the website to function and provide you our services, such as remembering your preferences and filling in forms. You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but this may cause some parts of the website not to work. These cookies do not store any directly identifiable personal information.
Google Analytics places both persistent cookies and session cookies. Google will not associate your IP address with any information collected or data already collected in the past.
For more information you can follow this link to Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites.
These cookies may be set through our site by our advertising partners. They may be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant adverts on other sites. They do not store directly personal information, but are based on uniquely identifying your browser and internet device. If you do not allow these cookies, you will experience less targeted advertising. Please see the following pages for third parties’ privacy practices and use of data collected by targeting cookies:
Manage your cookie preferences
The starting point is that we obtain your consent before retrieving or storing cookies. This applies to all forms of cookies. However, we do not obtain your consent when cookies are only used to enable the basic functions of the website to work.
In addition, you have the option of changing your browser's privacy settings so that it does not accept cookies. It is easy to delete cookies that you have previously accepted. It depends on which browser (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and device (smartphone, tablet, PC, Mac) you are using. For example, you may choose to block cookies in order to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, delete existing cookies, have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie or disable cookies altogether.
You can typically find this information under settings – Security and Privacy – but this may vary from one browser to another. The below links provide instructions on how to change your browser settings in some of the most common Internet browsers.
You can learn more about cookies by visiting https://aboutcookies.org/.
If you have any comments or questions relating to our information and/or processing of personal data, please feel welcome to contact us.