Our cookies (and similar technologies, such as Local Storage; collectively just called “cookies” in the following) are used in your browser to collect anonymous information about your computer, including your IP address, operating system and browser type. Also, a few things on our page may need cookies to work. Unfortunately, we can’t have our cake and eat it, so this will interfere slightly with your privacy though solely used for statistics.
This is not because we want to have a finger in every pie, but rather because we’d just really like to know how you use our web page. It makes it a lot easier for us to find out what parts of the page need some work, so we can really take the biscuit.
Of course, any direct feedback is always welcome, but if you can’t be bothered, it’s totally fine with us. Just as long as we’re allowed to see what’s clicked and when. There’s no other way for us to do it, it’s the way the cookie crumbles.
“You”, obviously, is a rather loose notion, as WE WILL NEVER, EVER COLLECT ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION. Moreover, WE WILL NEVER, EVER DISCLOSE ANY COLLECTED INFORMATION TO A 3RD PARTY unless required to do so by law, regulation or court order. We only ever identify your browser to follow you on our page, and to see if you’re coming back, and it’s all anonymous and statistical, we’re not trying to catch anyone with their hand in the cookie jar.
The cookies in use on our site are for Google Analytics. It’s a very standard cookie-cutter tool that many companies use to better understand how visitors engage with their site.
Cookies are small pieces of data stored locally on your device. They are used to track information such as the time of the current visit, which site (if any), the visitor came from, what’s clicked on in the site, and if the visitor has been on the site before.
If our cookies don’t suit your taste, please disable cookies in your browser. But, denied the cookies, our page may refuse to work entirely as intended.