This Cookie Notice is part of our Privacy Statement. For more information about us, and how we protect visitor information, please see our Privacy Statement.
What cookies do we use and why?
Some of the cookies we use are necessary to enable you to move around the Website and use its features such as accessing secure areas that may contain content for registered users.
We also use functional cookies to record information about the choices you have made and to allow us to tailor the Website to our users; for example, to remember your language or region or that you have already completed a survey. This information is usually anonymised and is not used for any other purpose.
We or our service providers also use analytic services to help us understand how effective our content is, what interests our users have, and to improve how this Website works. In addition, we use web beacons or tracking pixels to count visitor numbers and performance cookies to track how many individual users access this Website and how often. This information is used for statistical purposes only and it is not our intention to use such information to personally identify any user. However, if you have registered and signed into this Website we may combine this information with information from our web analytic services and cookies to analyse how you use this Website in more detail.
This Website also uses tracking cookies/technologies to visualize how users interact with our the Website so that we can improve the Website, such as the structure and the layout.
Google uses this information to track how our website is used and to be able to provide us with reports on the Website. This information expires automatically after one year.
Through our Website cookies and tracking pixels are placed by Hotjar (https: //www.hotjar.com) to understand how you as a unique, anonymous user in real-time are using our Website (mouse clicks, mouse movements, scrolling activity). With the collected information, we can improve the website and tune in to how you use our Website. Hotjar does not show and use IP addresses; data can therefore not be traced back to your IP address.
The session cookies that are placed let us know whether that user is included in the sample which is used to generate funnels.
The tracking pixels that are placed visualize how users interact with our Website and are managed by Hotjar. Hotjar stores these on your browser which expire automatically after one year.
Through our Website cookies are placed by Sitecore (https://www.sitecore.net/) to identify repeat visits from a single user. Sitecore sends a persistent cookie that expires ten years after the last page request.