What these cookies are used for
This website uses temporary cookies, which means that the cookie is only used during the time you are visiting the site. It contains no information that can encroach on the user’s integrity in any way, but is a cookie used exclusively for technical reasons.
If you do not wish us to store this temporary cookie, please exit the site now, or disable temporary ‘session’ cookies in your web browser.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored on the user’s computer, i.e. your computer. There are two different types of cookies: temporary cookies, and permanent cookies which are stored on your computer permanently. The permanent kind are used to show you what’s new on a website since your last visit, for example. The cookie will therefore contain the date of your last visit.
When a user visits a website based on this technology, a ‘session cookie’ is always activated, which is accessible during the time you are visiting the site – i.e. during your ‘session’. The sole purpose of this cookie is to technically enable communication between the web browser and the server. We store no information in the temporary cookie.
It is important to realise that a cookie cannot be used to ruin or in any other way damage the user’s computer. Also, it is impossible for other websites to read any cookies but their own.
How to avoid cookies
In Internet Explorer, you can access your Internet settings for cookies in Internet Options – Security. Simply increase your Internet security to the desired level.