EU cookie law

Written by Valérie Isaksen on .

Since 26th May 2012, All websites across the EU are now required to ask your permission to place cookies on your machine (E-Privacy Directive 2009/136/EC).

The EU Cookie Directive is designed to increase consumer protection. It recognizes the importance and usefulness of cookies for the functioning of a web site but requires websites to obtain informed consent from visitors before they store information on a computer or any web connected device.

This is storage is mostly done by cookies, which can then be used for tracking visitors to a site. We only use it within the EU law. You can choose whether or not to allow the site to use cookies in this way, but you should be aware that if you do not allow cookies you may experience a loss of site functionality in many cases, and some services will not work at all unless cookies are allowed. 

At the top of this website, a message is displayed to warn you that our website uses cookies. This message will be displayed until you agree our site using cookies by clicking on the Agree button.

Read more: DIRECTIVE 2009/136/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL