1. What are cookies?
Cookies are text files that are stored on your computer, mobile phone or other device. A cookie cannot identify you personally, but only the browser installed on your device that you use to visit our websites.
3. What types of cookies do we use?
We use various categories of cookie, which are grouped on the basis of consent requirements and purpose. Strictly necessary cookies are always active. The user can opt to accept or reject the other categories of cookie in our consent manager. There follows a description of how the individual categories are used for the various purposes.
Strictly necessary cookies are used to enable the website to function from a purely technical point of view and deliver good performance.
These cookies ensure that the information you request downloads quickly and is safe to use. Strictly necessary cookies are essential if the functions you actively use are to work as expected.
They do not save any personal data, and they are always active because they do not require your consent.
Functional cookies enable the website to recognise your computer’s browser so that your previous choices can be remembered. Such choices include your preferred language, where you are in the world and whether you want access to audio and video. A mixture of cookies from our own website and from our cooperation partners is used.
Statistics and analysis cookies are used to collect data on the website’s use – e.g. the pages visited, the referring page, content management and other website metrics. Based on this data, we can optimise the functions we offer on the website.
How to manage cookies
You can set your browser to accept cookies. Depending on which settings you choose, some functions on the website may not work optimally.
If you want to remove cookies, the method depends on which browser you use. Please note that cookies are saved for each browser, so you will have to go into each one separately in order to remove them.
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