This website (hereinafter the Website) uses cookies. By using the Website you agree to the Website’s use of cookies; cf. below. You can find information about these cookies on this page.

The first time you visit this website you’ll see a banner with information about cookies. If you click the OK button, you accept the cookies. If you want to completely avoid cookies, disable cookies in your browser. However, please be aware that if you disable cookies, you cannot log in or use other features that require the website to remember your choices.

1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are saved on your PC. Cookies may contain text and numbers, for example. dates. Cookies are used to enable a website to store the visitor’s specific information, so that the site can subsequently recognise the visitor, or load this information. For example, this may include login information, information on previous visits, and what parts of the website you have visited.
A cookie is not a program and does not contain viruses or other malware.

Cookies can only be read by the address (URL) that they are saved from. General cookies, which are stored from the site, are typically stored at the address you see in the browser’s address bar. But a website can also contain fragments and information obtained from addresses other than the one shown in the browser address bar. E.g. banner ads or analysis tools, but also general content. In this way, you can also save cookies from other addresses via the website you actually visit; i.e. third-party cookies.

Some cookies (session cookies) are only stored during a browser session, and are deleted when the browser window is closed. Other cookies (persistent cookies) are stored for a defined period of time, and are only deleted at the end of this period.

2. What cookies does the Website use and why?
Necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary for the website to provide a service which the end user has explicitly requested. For example, cookies used to make a shopping cart work.

The website content is stored and managed by the Dynamicweb CMS platform. It provides cookies which are used to recognise you when you move around the site and to remember if you have, for example, logged in.
We store no data in connection with this cookie. We do not store data in connection with this cookie.

Preference cookies
These cookies are used to ensure the best user experience on the website. For example, selected preferences, such as language or choices that make navigation easier. No personally identifiable data is stores by this type of cookie.

Videos embedded on the page are from YouTube. They use, inter alia, cookies to record which video is displayed and how much of the video you’ve seen. These cookies are called Flash cookies.

Operating and optimisation cookies
These cookies are used to operate the website. For example, counting the number of visitors or other information used for analysis. They are also used in questionnaires. These cookies may gather limited amounts of data that can be attributed to the individual user.

Google Analytics:
We use Google Analytics to analyse how users use the site. The information compiled by the cookie about your use (traffic data, including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. You can disable Google Analytics’ cookies here:

Marketing – anonymous tracking across sites
These cookies are used to track users visits to several websites. These cookies can be used to build profiles that show which searches each user has made, or which pages they visited. These cookies can store data that identifies the individual user or contain specific information about the user. Anonymous data may be shared with third parties.

AddThis means you can share the page content on social networks. When you share, AddThis will activate cookies that collect information about the pages you share and on which social network you are sharing it.

Cookies from Facebook are used to display a “Like” button and information about which of your Facebook friends Like. Facebook also provides access to a statistics tool (Facebook Insights) which shows information about the use of Facebook.

3. How can I avoid using cookies on the Website?

Regardless of which browser you use, you can set the browser to not save cookies. Some browsers also allow you to apply this to specific websites.

4. How do I delete cookies?

You can always refuse to allow cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you find the settings depends on which browser you use. However, please be aware that if you do, there are many features and services you cannot use because they are required for the website to remember the choices you make.

You can delete cookies in the setting of your browser. Help for this can be found either in the browser or on related websites. Below you will find links to instructions for the most popular browsers:

Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome
Delete flash cookies in all browsers
iPad, iPhone, iPod touch
Android phones
​Windows Phone 7

5. Further information and complaints

If you have questions regarding the Website’s use of cookies, or you want more information or wish to complain about the Website’s use of cookies, please contact:

This website’s owner – see contact menu.

Google Inc.,


Detailed description of cookies.

The Website uses one or more of the following cookies. Some of the services we use on the page can change the number of cookies, and their names, without our knowledge, so the list is not exhaustive.

Dynamicweb version 8:

Maintains the session on the server
Lifetime Deleted when you close your browser.

”DW_Extranet” is a ”persistent cookie”. Contains encrypted information about user name and password if you use the Website’s log-in function. This cookie is used to remember you when you return to the Website, without you having to log in again.
Lifetime: This cookie has a lifetime of one month, and is deleted one month after the last time you used the Website’s log-in function.

”Dynamicweb.VisitDate” is a ”persistent cookie”. It contains information on the date of your last visit to the Website and is used for statistics.
Lifetime: This cookie has a lifetime of one year, and is deleted one year after your last visit to the Website.

”Dynamicweb.VisitorID” is a ”persistent cookie”. It contains a unique ID, which you were assigned upon visiting the Website. It is used for statistics.
Lifetime: This cookie has a lifetime of one year, and is deleted one year after your last visit to the Website.

Google Analytics

This Google cookie is used to measure traffic on our site and tracks each user’s visits and the date of the first visit, the previous visit, and the current visit (probably, in part, to double-check the data).
Lifetime: Automatically deleted after 2 years.

This cookie is used to track how long the visitor has spent on a website: When a visit starts and when it ends; approximately. If you look at the cookie’s status changes (e.g. by using firecookie), you will see these change regularly.
Lifetime: Automatically deleted when the browser is closed and your session ends.

This Google cookie is used measure traffic on our site and track the category of visitors to which you belong.
Lifetime: Automatically deleted after 2 years.

This Google cookie is used measure traffic on our website and track where the visitors come from (search engine, keyword, link).
Lifetime: Automatically deleted after 180 days.


datr, locale, reg_fb_gate, reg_fb_ref:
Facebook uses these cookies to enable certain features, and study how visitors use their services.
Lifetime: up to two years.


__atuvc, loc, dt, uid, uvc, psc:
This cookie is used by the AddThis or Share feature (to share the website’s content on social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
Lifetime: Permanent. You must delete the cookie yourself.


This cookie is used to play YouTube videos embedded on the website
Lifetime: from 6 months to 10 years.


zdash_status, zdash_wsid, ANAME,AEMAIL, __cfduid, __utma, __utmc, __utmz, __utmv:
This cookie is used for chat features and records, inter alia, which page on the site the user sees while chatting.

Lifetime: From 1 to 7 years