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Cookies used on

A cookie is a small text file that the website you visit saves on your computer. Cookies are used to give visitors access to various functions. The information in a cookie can be used to track internet usage.

According to the EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications, all visitors must be informed of any usage of cookies on a site. They must give their consent before any information is stored in their browser. Prior to consent being given, they must be informed about the purpose of the cookies on the site.

This site uses the following categories of cookies:

Necessary functionality Cookies necessary for the website to function. This includes cookies for handling user sessions.
Improved user experience

Cookies for improving the user experience, but not necessary for basic site functionality. This includes cookies that enables the site to show relevant pictures to the visitor, based on pages they have visited. 

Analytics and statistics Cookies from Google Analytics, enabling tracking and analytics of page views and visitor behaviour. 
Site tracking Cookies used to track traffic on this site, to provide visitors with targeted ads when they visit other websites.


Information about how analytics are used

This site uses Google Analytics to gather statistics about page views and visitor behaviour. The goal is to get an overall picture of how users use the site.

Google Analytics uses cookies to collect information in an anonymous way (aggregated) about how visitors use the website. Examples of information that is stored is the number of page views, how visitors found the site, and visits. The purpose is to help us to improve the usability of the site. The information that is created during your visit will be forwarded and stored by Google Inc. IP addresses are stored, but can not be identified individually.

Google may transfer the collected information to third parties if there is a legal basis for it, or where third parties process the information on Google's behalf. Google can not link IP addresses with other data Google holds.

How to avoid cookies

If you do not consent to cookies being stored, you can change your browser settings to either block cookies from being downloaded automatically, or you get a choice to download each cookie. Cookies that have been previously downloaded can be deleted by the browser. For more information, see the documentation for your browser.