Cookies are used to measure the number of visits and save statistics (for example, on operating systems, browsers and visited pages) and to be able to follow how visitors navigate. The information makes it possible for us to develop and improve the website.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small data file with text that is saved in your browser. The cookie files are completely anonymous and contain no personal information. There are two types of cookies, permanent and temporary. Permanent cookies are stored as a file for a certain period of time until you, or the server sending them, delete them. Temporary so-called Session cookies are stored temporarily and disappear when you close your browser.
Google may transfer the information to third parties if required by law or where a third party processes the information on Google's behalf. Google does not associate IP addresses with any other data that they hold. By visiting our site, you agree that Google will treat your personal information in this manner and for the purposes described above. If you want to turn off cookies, do so in the settings for your browser.
To get a better understanding of how visitors use our website and to improve the experience, we also use the Hotjar service. It saves information such as mouse clicks, mouse movements and scroll length on one page. Threats never save the visitor's personal information, ie information that can be derived from a specific person. You can choose not to be recorded by Hotjar by turning off cookies in your browser.