What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on the visitor’s computer, i.e. your computer. There are two different kinds of cookies: temporary and permanent. Those stored on your computer are used, for example, to show you what is new on a website since you were last there. The cookie has the date of your last visit.
It is important to understand that a cookie cannot be used to destroy or in any other way damage a visitor’s computer. Nor is it possible for other websites to read any cookies other than their own.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
We observe the General Data Protection Regulation with regard to how we process your personal data that comes into our possession by such means as through our application forms.
The processing of personal data means the collection, registration, storages, processing, transmission, use, disclosure, dissemination, compilation or merging of personal data. The law is there to protect your privacy.