Information about Cookies on the site

On this site, we log anonymously information of all visitors. For this, we use Google Analytics. This information can not be traced back to you as an individual.

This is something we do to better understand how our users use the site so we can customize the pages optimally for you as a user. We use cookies, where the information is stored in a cookie on your PC. This is completely standard procedure and something most websites do.

Usually, most browsers are set to accept cookies. We note that you can delete cookies by following the instructions for deleting cookies in your browser. You can find information about this in the “Help” feature of your browser. Please note that limiting access to cookies may affect the functionality of our site.

Google Analytics

The Google Analytics cookie is a first-party cookie. It is set to be deleted automatically after 24 months if you do not return to the site. You can reserve yourself against using cookies from Google Analytics here. Google Analytics cookies are created as soon as you visit a site where a valid tracking code is implemented. We use the analytics tool Google Analytics to study traffic, usage patterns, and trends on the website. The data collected is used to optimize the user experience and customize the content of the website. Google’s Google Analytics Guidelines do not collect personal information about users. The data collected is stored on Google servers. You can read more about how Google collects and protects data here.

Google Display Advertising

The DoubleClick cookie is a third party cookie that means that third-party vendors, including Google, display their own targeted ads from Moseter on a number of websites on the internet that are part of Google’s content network. This is also known as remarketing. This is used to customize ads for users based on interests and past site usage. This targeting contributes to a more relevant marketing for you as a user. According to Google’s privacy policy, it does not collect or use information that can be used to identify individuals. Sensitive information such as health information and religious beliefs can not be used either. You can reserve yourself against targeted Google Display ads here.


In order for you as a user to get relevant ads on Facebook, information is collected using cookies. This is traced anonymously, so no personally identifiable information will be collected. You can easily turn off cookies in your browser, and make sure Facebook does not show you ads based on your online habits by signing up here. Read more about Facebook’s use of cookies here.