Cookie policy

Our website uses cookies to provide you with services that support your stay here. In accordance with EU privacy law we have to inform our visitors about the cookies used and related privacy issues.
To protect your privacy, use of these tools is limited.


Cookies are small files placed on the hard drive of your computer. NTR uses cookies to provide services to you and help ensure account security. All cookies we use are »session cookies«, meaning that they are automatically deleted from your hard drive once you end your session (log out or close your browser).

Your choices about cookies

You're always free to decline cookies if your browser permits. However, if you decline cookies, you may not be able to use certain features on the website, and you may be required to reenter your password more frequently during a session.


How do cookies work?

Your browser retrieves small files of information, called »cookies«, from your computer to provide services to you and make your online experience more convenient. For example, we use cookies to recognise you when you sign in, to remember your preferences, and to allow you to navigate the site without having to keep re-entering your password.

Flash cookies are another kind of cookie we use for security. When you sign in, we create a Flash cookie that gives your computer a unique ID. The next time you sign in, the Flash cookie confirms your computer as a trusted source.

Do I need to change my web browser's cookie settings?

Probably not - most cookies are »session cookies« that automatically disappear from your hard drive once you sign out or close your web browser. The cookies that stay on your computer identify you to the site when you return, so you can continue where you left off. Without the cookie file, we wouldn't recognise you when you came back, so you'd need to re-enter your data each time.

Which cookies does our website use?

The online portal uses so-called. i. cookies (cookies). With the new legislation (ZEKom-1) there are changes regarding notification or visitors' consent to their use. If you turn off cookies, some website options may be disabled. The decision is yours, but cookies have a purpose. These are files that are stored on the device with which the user accesses the web portal. With the help of cookies, unique but anonymous data about the user or the settings that the user has chosen on the individual website are stored on the user's device. To protect your privacy, the use of these tools is very limited.

Cookies are small text files that are saved on your computer when you visit our website.

The cookies used by our website are harmless and do not record any personal information about visitors or other data that may be of questionable security. You can also remove cookies if you wish. They are used only for more efficient operation of our site, such as e.g. recording statistics.

We use scripts from well-known companies to record visits to our website:

The website uses strictly necessary (system) cookies, which help us display the content appropriately, enable the functioning of forms and other essential elements of the website. Cookies of this type are active only during the session and are automatically deleted from your disk when you close the browser.

Cookies used:

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  • datr
  • fr
  • m_page_voice
  • oo
  • sb
  • xs
  • Drupal.tableDrag.showWeight
  • DrupalModuleFilter
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  • SSESSa8124c08e94f4bf279174b9488acfe58_a
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  • __atuvc
  • _fbp
  • _ga
  • _gid
  • aucp13n
  • cookie-agreed
  • cookie-agreed-version
  • has_js
  • nocache
  • NID
  • __Secure-3PAPISID
  • __Secure-3PSID
  • __Secure-3PSIDCC

Some plugins (Facebook Like & Comments, Google +1, Twitter) are also present on the website, the display of which is adjusted depending on whether you are logged in to a certain portal or not.

The website also uses ordinary tracking cookies, which are mandatory for the proper functioning of the site.

Disabling cookies

Accepting or deleting cookies in your web browser

Each type of web browser has its own way of managing cookies. To make sure features work properly, check that your browser is set up to accept cookies, and be familiar with how your browser manages cookies.
To learn more, consult your browser's help. We've provided links to the relevant pages for some common browsers.

Important: You should only need to delete cookies from your computer if you receive an error message saying that your browser is rejecting cookies.

If you do not want your browser to save cookies, you can disable it. More information about turning off cookies in your browser:
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
Internet Explorer 9
Internet Explorer 7, 8

How to disable cookies from other sites:
Google Analytics