Cookies are text files that contain information. Cookies are stored in a web browser (running on enrollment) when you visit our website. Cookies are then sent back each time you visit a website that recognizes these cookies.
Cookies are very beneficial for you as well as for us and have a number of functions. For example, they allow websites to (I) recognize the device, which will let them know if the device has previously visited the site, (II) remember the visitor’s preferences – such as the language, (III) understand how the website is used, IV) improve the user experience, or (V) ensure that the online advertising that website visitors see is more relevant to them.
These cookies help us measure and improve the performance and response of our site, using analytical cookies we calculate site traffic and traffic sources. In addition, they allow us to see which pages and subpages are the most popular and least popular, and to see how visitors move through them. These cookies also collect information about how you use the website, such as whether you have viewed certain content or which pages you visit most often. All information that analytics cookies collect is anonymous, so it is not possible to find out any personal data or personal identity on the basis of them. If you reject these cookies, we will not be able to determine when you visited our site, nor will we be able to analyze the performance of the site.
Analytical cookies we use:
Purpose and description
These cookies from Google Analytics allow the visitor to remember in order to monitor the performance of the site.
These cookies from Google Analytics allow you to store information about how the visitor used the site and also allows you to create an analytical report on how the site responded to the visitor.
These cookies from Google Analytics allow you to limit the speed of requests in order to limit the collection of data on high-traffic sites.