Cookie policy

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. For example, cookies can be used to remember language or currency preferences so that you don’t have to re-enter that information each time you visit a site. To update your cookie settings, click here.

What types of cookies does our site use?

Almost all are categorized as strictly necessary cookies, which are required for the basic functions of the website.

We use WordPress as a content management platform. WordPress may set the following cookies:

wordpress_logged_in – to store logged in users
wordpress_sec_* – to provide protection against hackers, store account details
wordpress_test_cookie – to read if cookies can be placed
wp-settings-* – to personalize the admin interface and influence the appearance of the main site
wp-lang – to store language settings
wpEmojiSettingsSupports – to determine if the user’s browser can display emojis properly

We use Stripe for payment processing. Stripe sets the following cookies to make it possible to process payments and prevent fraud:
_stripe_mid, _stripe_sid, m

We use LiteSpeed to cache pages so that the site becomes more responsive. LiteSpeed sets the following cookie:
_lscache_vary – to store whether you are logged into the site and what your user role is

Your cookie preferences are also stored in a cookie:
cookies_and_content_security_policy – to store your cookie preferences

We use Vimeo for video hosting. Vimeo may set the following necessary cookies:
__cf_bm – to distinguish between humans and bots
player – to save the user’s preferences

Vimeo also saves an analytics cookie:
vuid – to store the user’s usage history

A few pages also host Youtube videos, which set a number of Youtube, Google and Doubleclick cookies, many of them analytics cookies:
1P_JAR (optimizes Google Ads), AEC, IDE, NID, OTZ, SOCS, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE (tracks visitors for ad delivery), VISITOR_PRIVACY_METADATA (stores cookie consent state) and YSC (Registers a unique ID to keep statistics of what videos from YouTube the user has seen).