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This website contains cookies. According to the Electronic Communication Act , which came into force on 25 July 2003, everyone who visits a website with cookies must be informed that the website contains cookies, what these cookies are used for and how cookies can be avoided. A cookie is a small computer file that websites store on the user’s computer so they can recognise the computer next time the user visit the website. Cookies are used on many websites to give the user access to different functions. The information in the cookie can be used to track the user’s surfing. A cookie file is passive and cannot spread computer viruses or other harmful programs.

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- storing settings for the way the website should be displayed (resolution, language, etc)
- turning on encryption for the transfer of sensitive information across the Internet
- allowing the way users use the website to be observed and thereby collect information for general development of the website

On this website, cookies are used to measure traffic, with the help of the web service Google Analytics, to collect visitor statistics for the website. This information is then used to improve the content on the website and the user experience. Cookies are also used to give the user access to the function that remembers the choice of country/language until the next time the user visits the site with the same web browser. 

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