Cookies and similar technologies
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files consisting of letters and numbers. These are sent from our or our partners’ web servers and stored on the device as described below. This site may use several types of cookies:
• Session cookies are temporary cookies that expire when you close your browser or app
• Persistent cookies are cookies that remain until you delete them or expire
• First-party cookies are cookies specified by the site you are visiting
• Third party cookies are cookies specified by a third party site
Similar technologies are technologies that store information in your browser, or on your device, in a manner similar to cookies.
Cookies that we use usually improve our services to you. Sometimes cookies are needed to get features to work. Other times they only make our services even more flexible for you. In general, we categorize our cookies and their function as follows:
Core functionality cookies are absolutely necessary to provide our basic services.
Optimization cookies provide analytical information about your use of our services. They allow us to continuously improve our products and as such are necessary. Our products will not work smoothly without these cookies.
Preference cookies allow you to save settings, such as optional language, or whether you want to predefined your data or not. Without these types of cookies, it would not be possible to customize our services according to your preferences.
In some periods, we can use pixels for conversion tracking. Conversion Tracking helps us measure the return on investment of ads by reporting the actions people take after viewing these ads. We create pixels that track conversions, add them to the pages of the site where the conversion will take place, and then track the conversion back to the ads where they run on other sites like Facebook and Twitter.
No personal information is collected as with these cookies or pixels.
Cookies on this page
Name – Lifetime – Description
• _ga – 2 years – Used to separate users in Google Analytics
• _gid – 24 hours – Used to separate users in Google Analytics
• _gat – 1 minute – Used to limit the number of requests that need to be made to doubleclick.net
Your browser or device will usually provide settings regarding usage and scope of cookies. Please see the browser or device reference data to learn how to adjust your settings. For example, you can block all cookies, accept first-party cookies, or delete all cookies when you quit your browser.
Please note that some of the services that we offer may stop working if you block or delete cookies.