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What is a cookie?

A cookie is a digital file that is installed on your computer when visiting a website. These cookies are used for example for statistical analysis of your website use, by following your behavior on the website. The information provided by the cookies allows us to improve our website and give you a more personalized website experience.

There are 2 types of cookies: session cookies and permanent cookies. Session cookies are removed from your computer when you close your webbrowser.  Permanent cookies remain on your computer for a given time, ranging from several days to years.

How do we use cookies?

Water Footprint Network uses cookies to acquire insight into your website use and to help you in your website experience. The cookies we use provide us with information about your website behavior and help us personalize the website, for example by automatically completing text fields.

In addition to these types of cookies, Water Footprint Network uses Google Analytics to acquire non-personal statistical information about the use of our website, by using cookies.

By using our website, you grant permission to Water Footprint Network to use cookies. The use of cookies can always be prevented by changing the configurations in your web browser. However, blocking the use of cookies may lead to less than optimal functioning for most websites.