For this website to function correctly, we sometimes install small data files on user devices, known as cookies. Most large websites do the same.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that websites install on users’ computer or mobile device when they visit the site. Cookies allow the website to recall the user’s actions and preferences (login details, language, text size and other display preferences), so that they do not have to reconfigure them whenever they return to the site or browse through its pages.
This website uses its following own cookies:
- Session cookies, in order to ensure that users who leave comments on the blog are humans rather than automated applications. This is a way to prevent spam.
This website uses the following third-party cookies:
- Google Analytics: Stores cookies in order to develop statistics on this site’s traffic and number of visits. When you use this website, you consent to your personal data being processed by Google. Therefore, any request regarding your rights in connection with this must be made directly to Google.
- Social networks: Every website creates its own cookies so that you can click on links such as Like or Share.
How to manage cookies
You can manage or delete cookies whenever you like: for more information, go to aboutcookies.org. As well as deleting all the cookies that are already on your computer, you can also set up most browsers to stop accepting them. But keep in mind that if you reject cookies, you may have to manually configure your preferences every time you visit a website, and certain services and functionality may stop working.