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To continuously improve our webpage we are gathering anonymous statistics with a web analytics service; Google Analytics. Google Analytics is saving cookies with an anonymous and randomly generated user number. The purpose of cookies is to count the amount of visits from different browsers/devices. Every Google Analytics cookie has a name that contains ‘UTM’.
How to block or delete cookies
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Manuals on how to delete cookies from the most commonly used browsers:
Manual on how to delete Cookies in Google Chrome
Manual on how to delete Cookies in Microsoft Internet Explorer
Manual on how to delete Cookies in Mozilla Firefox
Manual on how to delete Cookies in Safari
Manual on how to delete Cookies in Opera
Manual on how to delete Flash Cookies
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