Use of cookies

We use cookies to give you as a visitor the best possible experience of our website. Most websites use cookies to improve usability and cookies can not damage your files or increase the risk of viruses on your computer.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the computer or other device you use to access the Internet. We do not store personal information such as name or e-mail address in cookies, but only information that enables our website to function in the best way.

There are two types of cookies

Session cookies are temporarily stored in your computer’s memory and disappear when you close your browser. We use this type of cookie to, among other things, facilitate navigation on our website. Some of these cookies are essential for all the functions on the website to work. This means that if you block the use of cookies completely, you will not be able to use all functions on the website.
Permanent cookies are saved on your computer, tablet or mobile phone and remain between your visits. This type of cookie is used in order to improve the experience for you as a visitor, for example to reduce the charging time.
We also use the information from permanent cookies to see statistics on how visitors use the site in order to improve the user experience based on what our visitors are looking for.

First-party and third-party cookies

A distinction is made between first-party cookies and third-party cookies. A first-party cookie is set by while a third-party cookie is set by another website.

At we use the following third-party cookies

YOUTUBE. To be able to view videos from Youtube

GOOGLE. In order to get statistics on how our visitors use our website in order to improve the user experience, we use Google Analytics.
For both YouTube and Google, Google’s cookie policy applies »