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Cookies help us identify your computer so we can tailor a good user experience for you. Using cookies, we can observe how our visitors use our web pages and it enables us to create better pages and create more useful content.

How can I avoid cookies?

You can block cookies and still access most of the content, but be aware that some functionality on webpages may then not work.

To reserve yourself against the use of cookies, you must change the security settings in your browser. Read more about how to handle cookies in the most common webbrowsers here:

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This website uses the following cookies

1. ASP.net_sessionId
The session cookie is required for the site to function and will be defined when the page loads. The cookie is deleted when you close the browser.

2. ASPXRoles: _utma, _utmb, _utmc og_utmz
Google Analytics: Third Party Cookie used to retrieve information about how visitors use the site.

3. AddThis - Tips feature for our visitors
AddThis is a plug-in software component which adds a specific function. AddThis is used to allow our visitors to share the content of our web pages, send content by email, print the page, etc.

Information about how we use analytics tools
On this site, the analytics tool uses Google Analytics to create an overall picture of how users use the site. Google Analytics uses cookies to retrieve information anonymously (aggregated) about how ourt visitors use the site.

Examples of information stored are the number of pageviews, how visitors found the site, and the number of visits. The purpose is to help us increase user-friendliness on our site. The information that is created during your visit will be forwarded and stored at Google Inc. IP addresses will be saved, but can not be separated individually.

Google may transfer the information collected to third parties if there is a legal basis for it or where third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Google can not connect IP addresses to other data Google possesses.