What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file, which we save on your computer to keep track of what is happening during your visit and to recognise the computer.
Cookie remember, for example, what you have added to your basket, whether you have visited the site before, whether you are logged in and which language and currency you would like to have the website in.
These cookies are required in order for the website to provide a service, which the end user has explicitly requested. This could for example, be cookies, which are used to make the shopping basket to work. Preference cookies are used to ensure the best possible user experience on the website. It is, for example, selected preferences such as language, currency or selections, which make navigation easier. No personally identifiable data is gathered with this type of cookies
Operation and optimisation cookies
These cookies are used for the operation of the website. They can, for example, count the number of visitors or other information, which will be used for analysis. They are also used in questionnaires. These cookies can, to a limited extent, gather data, which can be attributed to the individual user.
Marketing – anonymous tracking across websites
These cookies are used to track users across their visits to several websites. These cookies can be used to build profiles, which show which searches each user has made, or which pages they have visited. These cookies can store data, which identifies the individual user or which contains specific information about the user. Anonymous data may be shared with a third party.
Cookies, which you have previously accepted, can subsequently be deleted easily. If you use a PC with an up to date browser, you can delete your cookies by using shortcut keys: CTRL + SHIFT + Delete If the shortcut keys do not work, and/or you are us ing a MAC, you need to start by finding out which browser you use and then clicking on the appropriate link:
Remember: If you are using several browsers, you must delete cookies in all of them.