Cookies and privacy
This website uses cookies. The new Telecommunications Act, which came into effect on 1 June 2012, requires us to inform users that we use cookies.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are sent when you open a website and are stored on your computer by your browser. Their purpose is to remember certain information. The cookies used on this website contain only anonymous information. Your personal details are not stored.

The cookies we use
On this website we use the following cookies:

First, we use Google Analytics, which requires the use of a cookie from Google. Google analytics provides us with information about how the website is used, including visitor numbers as well as popular pages and topics. This type of information allows us to better adapt our communications to the needs of website users. For more information on Google Analytics cookies, please go to the following page. Further information on Google Analytics’ Terms of Service can be found here.

We also use social networking site buttons on this website, for instance the Twitter button. These buttons use pieces of code from Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, all of which use cookies. The cookies are only stored if you are logged into Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn while using the website. For further information please see the privacy policies for Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Privacy is very important to us and we maintain a strict privacy policy. We handle and protect all personal information with the greatest care. We observe all relevant laws and regulations, including the Data Protection Act.
We will never use cookies that do not guarantee your anonymity or that monitor online behaviour.

Deleting cookies
Cookies that have already been stored can always be deleted from your computer’s hard drive. For information on deleting cookies, please see the instructions or help feature in your web browser.