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Cookies at are being used to collect data anonymously.
They are used to, unless otherwise specified, collect user, anonymous user data, statistics and language settings.

Types of cookies used at

Google Analytics:
Google Analytics is a standard tool for analyzing user behavior on websites. Analytics is a free service from Google that enables the site owner to monitor the number of visitors, page views, and more. To store information about visitors, Google uses a javascript, which in turn stores six different types of cookies. These cookies are used to track usage patterns on the site. The types of cookies are as following:

__utma: Is stored for two years after the last visit.
__utmb: Is stored for 30 minutes after the previous visit.
__utmc: Is stored until the browser closes.
__utmz: Is stored for six months after the last visit.
__utmv: Is stored for two years after the previous visit.
_ga: Is stored for two years after the previous visit.

Google Remarketing:
When you visit a website, a cookie is stored in your browser. When you visit other sites, ads from the site you first visited is retrieved and displayed in available ad spaces. These ads are designed to be relevant to your interests and needs, based on your behavior. If no cookie is stored in your browser, another ad, which might not be relevant to you, is displayed instead.

The names of cookies used for Google Remarketing may vary between _drt_, FLC, and exchange_uid. The sender is always, and this is the address you should look for to find the cookies we use.

Facebook Pixel:
The Facebook Pixel is used to collect anonymous data about the usage patterns and interests of users. Individual users can not be identified by using this data. The purpose of the Facebook Pixel is to provide users with relevant ads and information on Facebook and other media outside

LinkedIn Insight Tag
The LinkedIn Insight Tag is a piece of JavaScript code that collects anonymous user data. It is used for campaign reporting and to gain insight into website visitors and their interests. The Insight Tag may also be used to serve users with relevant ads on LinkedIn and related media.

What data is being processed:
At, data is processed using the methods described above.

The purpose of data processing:
The purpose of processing this data, (except login information), is not to identify you as a user, but to create a better, more intuitive and more relevant experience or all users.

Who processes the data:
Unprocessed cookie data has no value, as they only store a random identification number. Meaningful data can only be retrieved by connecting these numbers in a database for processing. The owners of, with this, confirm that this data will only be processed following the strictest standards and that it will only be used for the purposes described above. Identification of individual user will only be required in situations where this is strictly necessary, as when creating an account, logging in or purchasing a product.

General information about cookies:
Cookies are small files that are stored by your browser on your computer or device. Cookies will not be transferred to other browsers on your device. Cookies usually contain four parameters:

The name of the cookie
The unique id of the individual cookie (this is tied to your browser)
How long the cookie will be stored on your device
The domains that the cookie is applicable for

Because of the last point here, abusing a cookie is very hard. The cookie is only valuable for the intended domain. Attempting to move it to another domain will also remove the value of the cookie information, as one would not have access to the database.

You can turn off cookies:
You can turn off cookies in your browser. However, it is essential to be aware that many websites will not function when cookies are disabled. For example, you will not be able to shop at web stores or log in to social media accounts.