Cookies

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The main purpose of our use of cookies is to measure reliably the number of persons who visit our website and how long the visit lasts. We use a statistics program on our web server to do this.

If you do not accept the use of cookies, you can adjust the settings in your web browser so that it does not accept cookies. You can also set your web browser so that it enables you to choose from case to case whether or not to accept cookies. This means that a dialog box will appear every time a web server wants to write a cookie on your computer and you can select in this dialog box whether or not to accept the cookie.

If you choose not to accept cookies, we cannot guarantee that all pages on the website will function without problems.