“Cookies” are small text files stored in the browsers of your end-devices when you visit our website. Cookies can be used to store and track your actions and settings on our website for the duration of your browser session and, if necessary, beyond. Furthermore, cookies make it possible to recognise your browser.
Some of the cookies we use are "first-party cookies", i.e. cookies that are set by our website’s servers and which can only be accessed by our servers.
Our website also incorporates third-party cookies, which are set by third-party servers and/or our website or domains and retrieved by third parties. These cookies can allow your browser to be tracked through our website.
Some of the cookies used are session cookies, i.e. cookies that only remain stored on our website for the duration of your visit.
We also use persistent cookies that remain stored in your browser even after your session is over and are automatically deleted after a specified expiry date.
Functional cookies allow you to use certain ("convenient") functions by automatically (re-)recognising your browser. Some of these include automatic language recognition and settings.
Analytical cookies are used to collect information about your website visits and to generate anonymous evaluations and statistics from this in order to improve website designs.
Advertising and (re-)marketing cookies:
Finally, cookies can be used for advertising and marketing purposes.
You can use your browser settings to restrict or completely prevent the storage of (certain) cookies for all websites and to delete cookies that have already been stored. For more detailed information, please refer to the instructions or your browser’s help resources.
In principle, our website can still be visited and used after cookies are restricted/deactivated in the browser settings. Please note, however, that completely deactivating cookies, in particular, can limit the functions available to you on our website.