What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that your computer stores when you visit a digital platform. Cookies are widely used by digital platform owners to make them more efficient or work better, as well as to provide the necessary information.
Cookies set by the owner of the digital platform are called “site cookies”. Cookies set by others are called “third-party cookies” and allow the digital platform to use third-party features or functions (such as analysis, advertising, and video clips). Parties that set these third-party cookies may recognize your computer when you visit this digital platform and when you visit certain other digital platforms.
Do you use Google analytics or similar analytics tools?
To learn more about the Google Analytics Terms of Service , the information that Google provides about data privacy and security, and the Google Data Privacy Notice , follow these links.