Integrity Policy

Cookies

When you visit a website, your computer will automatically receive a cookie. Cookies are text files that identify your computer to our server. Cookies will not identify the individual user, but only the computer. Many sites use cookies every time someone visits the website to collect information on visitor numbers. Cookies collect information about the pages visited by the computer and for how long. As a user of the computer, you have the option of using your computer's settings to accept cookies, to be informed when your computer gets a cookie or to reject cookies. If you choose not to accept cookies, then that may contribute to limited functionality. We sometimes use cookies to help you find relevant links in the page. We do not store personal information from your visit.

Third-party

Third parties of the website might come to place cookies on your computer and read from them. They might also use web beacons to collect information when ads are shown on the website.

Accept or deny cookies

Each visitor can choose whether they want to accept to accept cookies or not. Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can change the settings for the browser so that they do not accept. If the cookie feature is turned off however, the browser will not reach its full potential.

E-mail

When you send an e-mail to us, we may store information such as your e-mail, message content, our response and any follow-up questions.

Changes

There may be changes to our policy in the future, so make sure that you are updated.