About Cookies

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is sent from our Internet server and saved by your Internet browser. There are two types of cookie: "normal" cookies and session cookies. Session cookies disappear when you close your Internet browser and are therefore not saved, while normal cookies are saved on your computer for longer.

How we use cookies

We use cookies in our surveys to ensure that the survey is only shown once a visitor has been on our website for a certain time and has managed to form an impression of the website. Cookies are also used to prevent surveys appearing each time a visitor accesses the website, instead of only as often as has been agreed with our customer. E-space also uses cookies to identify users as unique but anonymous individuals. This helps us to record the number of visitors, and provides statistics and information on how many users we have on our website and what they are doing.

How to avoid cookies

If you do not want to accept cookies you can set your Internet browser to automatically refuse to save cookies or notify you each time a website asks to save a cookie. You can also delete previously saved cookies via your Internet browser. See the help pages on your Internet browser for more information. You can also delete cookies manually from the hard drive whenever you want. If you choose not to accept cookies, certain functions can still be used, but you may limit the functionality on certain websites, e.g. your personal settings. This may also mean that the survey pops up every time you visit in accordance with our agreement with the customer.