What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored by your browser on your device to save certain information or image files, such as pixels. The next time you visit our website on the same device, the information saved in the cookies will subsequently be transmitted either to our website (“First Party Cookie”) or to another website to which the cookie belongs (“Third Party Cookie”). Through the information saved and returned, the respective website recognizes that you have already accessed and visited it with the browser you use on that device. We use this information to be able to design and display the website in an optimum way in line with your preferences. In that respect, only the cookie itself is identified on your device. Beyond this extent, your personal data will only be saved upon your express consent or if it is strictly necessary to be able to use the service offered to and accessed by you accordingly.
We divide the cookies we use into the following categories based on their purpose and function:
- Strictly Necessary Cookies;
- Functional Cookies;
- Performance Cookies; as well as
- Marketing / Third Party / Consent Based Cookies
Strictly necessary cookies
Strictly necessary cookies guarantee functions without which you cannot use this web page and service as intended. These cookies are used exclusively by this website and are therefore first party cookies. This means that all information stored in the cookies will be returned to this website.
Strictly necessary cookies serve, for example, to ensure that you as a registered user always remain logged in when accessing various subpages of our website and thus do not have to re-enter your login data every time you access a new page.
The following strictly necessary cookies are used on our website:
|ckies_functional||Opt-out for functional cookies||1 year|
|ckies_performance||Opt-out for performance cookies||1 year|
|ckies_marketing||Opt-out for marketing/third party/consent based cookies||1 year|
The use of strictly necessary cookies on this website is possible without your consent. For this reason, strictly necessary cookies cannot be activated or deactivated individually. However, you can deactivate cookies in your browser at any time. This function is only available for cookies that require your consent, i.e. the functional, performance and marketing / third party / consent based cookies. However, you can deactivate cookies in your browser at any time.
The legal basis for the use of these first party cookies is the legitimate interest (i.e. interest in the analysis, optimization and economic operation of the website and services) within the meaning of Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR).
Functionality cookies enable our website to store information already provided (such as registered name or language selection) and to offer you improved and more personalized functions based on this information. These cookies collect and store only anonymous information so that they cannot track your movements on other websites. The following functional cookies are used on this website:
|cookielaw||Store information if cookie banner was dismissed||1 year|
|shd||Will be set during the login process||1 year|
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The legal basis for the use of these functional cookies is the legitimate interest (i.e. interest in the analysis, optimization and economic operation of the website and services) within the meaning of Art. 6 (1) (f) GDPR).
Marketing / third party / consent based cookies
Deactivation or deletion of all cookies
You can set your web browser in such a way that cookies are generally prevented from being saved to your device and/or that you are asked each time whether you are in agreement with cookies being enabled. You can also at any time delete cookies that have been enabled again. You can find out how all this works in detail via your browser’s help function. Please note that generally deactivating cookies may lead to functional restrictions on our website.