What is a cookie?
Cookies are used by virtually all websites. In some cases, cookies are necessary to get a website to function optimally and as intended.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer when you use a service on a website. A cookie can also be stored on your computer temporarily when you access a service, and deleted again when you leave it.
Information from cookies cannot be used to collect personal data.
On this page you can find further information on how to reject or delete cookies in the most commonly used browsers.
Cookies on DELTA’s website
DELTA’s websites use the following cookies:
- Cookies to collect statistics for visitors’ use of the website, so that DELTA can develop the website and optimise its content, for the benefit of the users.
- Cookies that remember a user’s login to an area of the website that can only be accessed by registered users with an individual login that is allocated to the user on registration. These cookies ensure that the user stays logged in, even when visiting other areas of the website.
On using DELTA’s websites, cookies can also be saved by YouTube when YouTube videos are displayed (streamed). Information on how YouTube cookies function can be found here.
DELTA neither sells nor passes on information concerning individual users’ access to or use of services on DELTA’s websites.