Privacy and cookies

  1. We do not collect personal information about users of this site.
  2. We collect website usage information in order to measure the success of the site and improve our service to users. All data collected is anonymous. Our web server logs all requests to the website and also logs your Internet Protocol (IP) address and the domain name of your Internet Service Provider (ISP). None of your personal details can be derived from this information.

Cookies

A cookie is a small file containing a string of characters which is stored on your device (computer, phone, tablet) when you visit a website. When you visit this website again, the cookie allows the site to recognise your browser. Cookies may store specific information about users’ browsing habits, such as their preferences and which pages they have visited. This information is anonymous; cookies do not store personal details about users.*

This website uses a number of first-party cookies to enhance your use of this website as well as to provide us with information that we can use to improve the site. We do not make use of third-party cookies, so our cookies do not track your behaviour across different websites, only your visit(s) to this website. By continuing to use this website, we assume you agree to our use of cookies.

We use the following types of cookies on this website:

  • Cookies which are essential for parts of the website to operate, such as the use of forms and logging in.
  • Functional cookies which are not strictly necessary, but enhance your user experience, such as language settings.
  • Analytic cookies which are used to gather anonymous, aggregate information on how our users find and use our website, such as how many users visited our website and how users navigate through the website. We use Google Analytics for this purpose, which places a number of first party cookies on your device. The information generated by these cookies about your use of our website (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google does not associate this information with any other data held by them. See for more information: code.google.com/apis/analytics/docs/concepts/gaConceptsCookies.html. (You can also read the Privacy Policy for Google Analytics here.)

Different cookies are stored for different lengths of time. For example, cookies used to establish a unique user session expire 30 minutes after your last page view, but cookies which allow us to identify whether you are a new or return visitor are set to expire after 2 years.

Most browsers allow you to control which type of cookies can be stored on your device. For more information see: www.aboutcookies.org. To opt out of Google Analytics, you can use the following browser add-on: tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

* A cookie can, however, be related to your IP address, which in its turn could be related to you by your Internet Service Provider. Most Internet Service Providers will only release your personal data when required to do so by law.