Use of Cookies

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer when you visit a website. This text file stores information which can be read by the website when you visit again at a later date. Some cookies are necessary so that the site can function properly. Other Cookies make the website more user-friendly. There credentials or language settings are stored, for example. The cookies are used, you do not need to enter the same information every time you visit a website again.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to make the website more user friendly and to meet the needs of our users to satisfy optimally. We also use cookies to a proper functioning of the site guarantee. To protect your personal information and to prevent loss of information or malfeasance, we use appropriate organizational and technical measures. For more information, you can use our Privacy Policy.

What cookies are used?

We use the following cookies:

Strictly necessary cookies that help visitors view the web page, use the functions on the website and can get access to secure or recordable areas. If these cookies disabled, some parts of the website can no longer be used according to purposes. To increase the ease of use, we use cookies functionality with which the choice and preferences of our visitors are saved.
Cookies for analytical purposes, collect the information about your use of our website. This information is not personally identifiable. The information is transmitted to a Google server in the US and stored there. Google may pass on this information to third parties where appropriate, insofar as this is required by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with other data collected by Google.
Remarketing cookies that are used to display personalized advertising via the Google Advertising network or other advertising providers. The advertisements made on the basis of your previous visits to websites.
Social Media cookies, which are set by social networks such as Facebook, Google + or Twitter. For example, this is because we have incorporated from Facebook on the web page “Share” button that allows users to share content with their friends. These so-called third-party can set cookies when you are logged on their pages and visit our website. We have no influence on the cookie settings of these websites. Please visit the websites of third parties to obtain more information about their use of cookies and how you can deal with it.
How can I disable cookies?

You can easily adapt to disable all cookies your browser settings. Please note: If you clear your cookies, your user name and password will no longer be stored on the site. Some features of the website can only partially or no longer function by. We refer to the following website for more information about cookies and how you can, depending on the type of browser used, delete, or disable: