A cookie is a small text file saved on the user’s device by the web browser. Cookies often include an anonymous, individualised identifier, which allows us to identify and count the number of browsers accessing our website.
Cookies do not get transferred across the web on their own, but are stored on the user’s device through a website accessed by the user. A cookie may later only be read and used by the server that sent it. Cookies and related technology cannot harm the user’s device or files, and cookies cannot be used to access programs or spread malware.
You can disable cookies if you wish, but in this case some features of the website may not work as intended. Instructions for deleting functional cookies: http://www.aboutcookies.org/how-to-delete-cookies/
You can find more information on data processing and your options regarding it below:
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This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). We use Google Analytics to track how users use our website and how efficient our Adwords advertisements are. The data collected by cookies concerning the use of our website is usually transferred to Google’s server in the United States and stored there.
This website uses IP anonymisation, which means Google deletes/anonymises the last 8 bits of the IP address in countries that belong to the European Union or European Economic Area. Only in exceptional situations will the IP address be transferred in its entirety to Google’s servers in the United States before being shortened. Google uses this data on behalf of the website provider in order to analyse the use of this website, generate reports regarding the functionality of the service and provide other services concerning the use of the website and internet to the website operator. Google does not associate your IP address with any other data it stores.
Pixels are short pieces of code on our website. Pixels help us optimise our marketing (re-direct visitors and reporting on the website), allowing us to provide you with personalised and interesting content. You can read more about the Pixels we use here: LinkedIn, Facebook