This is how ESBE use cookies

What is a cookie and how does it work?

A cookie is a small file with data that are sent to your web browser by the web site you visit. A session cookie is temporary stored on your computer while you are visiting our web site. It is erased when you close the web browser or after a certain time (when the session is ended). Non-session cookies are stored on your computer so that our web site can remember information about your visit, like what language you want to use and other settings. It helps at your next visit, and the web site gets more useful. Our web site uses both session and non-session cookies.

Why do we use cookies?

At ESBE web site do we use cookies for Country and Language selection and for the possibility to save My favourites. These functions are mainly to make it easier for you as a visitor. In order to understand how visitors are using our web site do we use Google Analytics. Google Analytics uses cookies to store information about visitors usage, including the number of pages viewed, from where the visitor came, and number of visits. We do not use cookies to gather personal information.

How can I manage cookies?

Most browsers automatically accept cookies, so if you do not wish cookies to be used, you may need to actively reject or block them by changing your browser settings. Different browsers have different ways to disable cookies, see "Help function" within your browser for more information.