Cookies can be used to track internet use. These are referred to as analytical cookies. They give us insight into how visitors use the website, which helps us to improve it.
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer, so that it can be recognised when you visit a website. Analytical cookies provide answers to the following questions:
Use of the website
|Is a user new to the site or a repeat visitor?
|Which pages were visited?
|From what site did the user come?
Cookies do not contain personal details
Analytical cookies contain a unique number, but no personal details. They cannot be used to trace your identity, nor can they be used to recognise you on other websites. We use the anonymous data only to improve the website and we do not pass them on to third parties.
If you do not want to accept cookies, you can adjust your browser settings accordingly.
Cookies from statiagovernment.com
In case of an online survey the cookie 'surveystatus' will be used.
|Use of the website
|Was an invitation shown to the visitor?
|How long did they stay on the site?
|Did the user complete the online survey on statiagovernment.com