A cookie is a small text file stored on the computer of any given user visiting a website. Cookies cannot identify the user as a person; they only register the browser used to visit the website in question.

Cookies cannot carry any viruses, nor can they influence data or information stored on users' computers.
Cookies are stored on users' computers and are activated if e.g. users return to the same website.
Users wishing to prevent cookies from being stored on their computer may change their browser settings to disable the use of cookies. Guidance on to how to disable cookies can be found in the browser Help Guide.
Please take note that the disabling of cookie storage may impair optimum website navigation or functionality.
Further information on how to delete or control cookies is available at www.AboutCookies.org.  

How dandryer.com uses cookies

This website uses cookies to optimise user experience.
We aim to give users a good experience when they visit our website. The purpose of storing cookies is thus to record anonymous statistics in respect of website visits, so we can optimise and improve contents.
We apply Google Analytics to make statistics of visits.
Our website is operated through a CMS called Dynamicweb, which applies cookies to gather statistics for the same purpose as does Google Analytics.
Video clippings from Youtube, Vimeo or the like will also store a cookie when being played. Such cookies are used for statistical purposes by video suppliers.
Google Maps applies cookies for statistical purposes too.
In order to register your choice in respect of cookies, as indicated in the drop-down info box at the top of our website, we store a cookie in your browser. You will then not be notified of our use of cookies the next time you visit our website.

IP adresses

This website records IP addresses for statistical purposes.
The purpose is to gather statistics on website traffic for improved website administration and content optimisation.
An IP address is a unique number identifying the computer / unit used to browse the internet. Knowing an IP address is not the same as identifying a user.
An IP address is simply a number, and it does not include any personal information on a given user.