The first you visit the site, you will be presented with a message about cookies at the top of the page.
A cookie is a text file that is saved on your computer when you visit a website. In this text file, the website stores information that it would like to read the next time you visit the page. It is often information that is used for statistics and analysis and is completely harmless.
A cookie is a text file, not a program file. This means that the cookie can not do anything on your computer itself. It can not collect information, spread viruses or otherwise harm. The contents of cookies are read and written by the websites you visit as a user.
When using the website, a session cookie is set, which is required for the site to function optimally. This cookie does not collect any personal information about you and will be deleted when you close your browser.
If you press "Accept", or if you click on to a new page without considering cookies, cookies are added to your computer and the message on the front page disappears. Next time you visit the site with the same browser, you will not be asked if you want to accept cookies.
If you press "Do not accept", cookies are not set. Only a cookie is added, which remembers that you do not want cookies to be inserted.
If you do not want cookies to be installed on your computer, you must turn off cookies in your browser. You should be aware that in that case, there may be elements on the site that do not work.
You can always change how we save cookies on your computer below.