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What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that a site or its service provider transfers to your computer’s hard drive through your Web browser (if you allow) that enables the site’s or service provider’s systems to recognize your browser and capture and remember certain information like preferences.

Cookies make our website function better and are also used for statistical purposes. The cookies that we use cannot be traced back to a single individual or to a specific PC or other device. Cookies from our site do not store your name, address, age or other personal data (with the exception of your IP address in certain cases).

There are two types of cookies: direct cookies, which are used by the website displayed in your address bar, and indirect cookies, which are used by other domains (websites) that are linked to that website (e.g. YouTube videos).

On the Weydeland site we use cookies to make it easier for you to  use our site, like language settings. These cookies store the choices you make during your visit. We are not required to ask permission to use these cookies. Moreover, we use Google Analytics to collect statistics about page visiting, use of web browser, screen size etc. The statistics provided by Google Analytics help us to improve our site. We are required to ask your permission to use these cookies. The data from these cookies is used only to analyze your visit to our site, not to determine your identity.

How to disable cookies?

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