What is a Cookie?

Cookies are used by virtually all websites. In some cases, cookies are the only way to make a website function as intended.

A cookie is a text file that your browser makes available to the websites you visit. It allows the website to recognize your computer and thereby maintain a minimum level of security between the website and your computer. It enables the website to collect information about which pages and features you use on the website. However, cookies cannot identify who you are, your name, where you live, or whether the computer is used by one or multiple individuals. They also cannot spread computer viruses or other harmful programs, and they cannot be read by other websites.

Cozze uses cookies for various purposes, and like most other websites, you will encounter a so-called “session cookie” before you can even see content on the screen. The only technical means to save your choice of accepting or rejecting cookies is to store this information in a cookie. It is not technically possible to address this in other ways.

Learn more about cookies and the legal basis in:

“Announcement on requirements for information and consent for storing or accessing information on end-user terminal equipment” (Cookie Announcement from the Ministry of Business and Growth). The Announcement requires obtaining informed consent from the user when websites want to store cookies on the user’s IT equipment.

Cookies for Statistics

The first time you land on a Cozze website, you will see a box with information about accepting cookies.

To use Cozze websites without cookies, you must manually disable cookies for Cozze websites in your browser.

If you accept that Cozze uses cookies, cookies will be stored on your computer to collect statistics, and the dialog box will disappear. We use this statistics to improve the user experience, for targeted marketing, and remarketing. The information in the statistics is anonymous and not linked to any individually identifiable user. You can learn more about our use of this information on the “Privacy Policy” page.

If you no longer wish for us to collect statistics about your use of Cozze websites, you should delete your cookies and disable cookies for Cozze websites in your browser.

If you wish to completely avoid cookies, you should disable cookies in your browser. However, please be aware that if you disable cookies, you may not be able to log in to some websites or use other features that require the website to remember your choices.