Click behaviour and visit data
We store general visit data in relation to our website. As part of this process, some data, such as the IP address of your computer, any user names, the time of page call-up and data that your browser sends may be registered and used for statistical analysis of visitor and click behaviour on our website. These data also help us to optimise website operation. We try to anonymise these data as far as possible. These data is not disclosed to third parties.
Cookies for website analysis.
We use Google to track and receive reports on how visitors use our website. This information, including your computer's address
(IP address), is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
Cookies from other external parties
Buttons are included on our pages to promote or share information on social media, namely Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter. These buttons have been placed using a code that is provided by Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter. One of the files placed by this code is a cookie. You can read the Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn and Twitter privacy statements, which may change regularly, to see what these companies do with the personal data that they process using this code.
To visit our site, it is essential that you allow us to place these external cookies. For many external companies, you can then use the opt-out option so that cookies from that specific provider will no longer be permitted. You can do this at http://www.youronlinechoices.com/ for several advertisers at once. On this site, you can also read what these cookies are used for. It is also possible to set your browser so that your computer only accepts cookies from the site you are visiting. You can find out how to do this using your browser's help function.