What does the law say? This site, contains cookies. According to the Electronic Communications Act, which came into force on 25 July 2003, everyone who visits a website with cookies should be informed that the website contains cookies and how they are used and how they can be avoided. WWF strives to provide site visitors the service best possible. In order to facilitate your visit to the site we need to know something about your computer. Therefore send cookies to your browser, which today are not uncommon, but occurs in many both non-commercial and commercial sites. What is a cookie? A cookie is a file that contains an identification from your web browser. It is stored on your computer to a website to recognize your computer, or more precisely your browser. Every time you visit an address where you once had a cookie sends your browser automatically. The cookie allows the computer will be recognized and you save time while browsing. Different types of cookies. There are two main types of cookies: - Functional Cookies - necessary to get the service to work. - Collection Cookies - retrieves such unique computer ID from the user's computer. Cookies on goal is to just use cookies to in a good way to deliver our services, that is function-related cookies. Some of our services are dependent on cookies. Sometimes it is even necessary to use fact-finding cookies. This is especially true for traffic measurement. With the help of cookies, we can get the relevant statistics that are very valuable to us when the site will be developed. Cookies can be disabled. Cookie feature can be deactivated in the browser. But this means that you may experience problems when visiting as well as on many other sites. Parts of the site that require authentication will not be available. All visitors should therefore be aware that we, like many other sends and uses cookies.  Last updated 2008-02-12