- To see which web pages you have visited, to recognise you and increase our knowledge of you and show you more relevant content and marketing material.
- To remember your settings and choices
- To collect statistics for traffic sources and visits to our web pages to make them more user friendly.
How to remove cookies
Most browsers automatically accept cookies. You can set your browser to inform you when you receive a cookie, or you can prevent that cookies are saved on your terminal equipment by blocking them in your browser settings.
If you choose to block all cookies, you can still visit our web pages, but we cannot guarantee that you will get the best experience.
Some browsers are set up to delete cookies after a visit to a website. This feature is called InPrivate in Internet Explorer version 8 and later; Incognito in Google Chrome version 10 and later; Private Browsing in Firefox version 3.5 and later; Private Browsing in Safari version 2 and later and Private Browsing in Opera version 10.5 and later.
You can always delete cookies already stored on your terminal equipment. Below you will find instructions for how to delete cookies in the most common browsers.
How to delete cookies in the most common browsers: