What are cookies?
A cookie is a text file that is sent to your browser from a website you visit. It stores information about your last visit, such as your preferred language or other settings. This is common with any professional website these days. Cookies are mainly divided into three groups:
These include data to enable the website to function and the services requested by the user, such as navigation or login functions. Parts of the website cannot function correctly without this data. No user consent is required for this.
These serve to record the user’s navigation on the Internet and to create a profile of the user’s interests, habits and choices. Such data may be used to display advertisements or products that may be of interest to you. For these, the user’s consent is required if used.
Third party cookies (e.g. Google Analytics, Facebook)
To ensure the best possible user experience, the following cookies are used on this website:
_icl_visitor_lang_js >> Saves the redirected speech – Valid for 24 hours
wp-wpml_current_language >> Saves the current language – Valid for 24 hours
wpml_browser_redirect_test >> Tests if cookies are enabled – Valid until the end of the session
Third party cookies
How can I prevent the storage of cookies?
You can disable or delete cookies using your browser settings. Disabling may cause some websites to stop working as intended. Instructions for deactivating cookies can be found with the respective manufacturers:
> Google Chrome
> Microsoft Edge
> Mozilla Firefox
Individual non-technical third-party cookies can also be disabled and deleted by the user, as described on the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance website www.youronlinechoices.eu.
This website uses European visitor tracking software (Plausible) on European servers without cookies (cookieless) and is therefore fully GDPR compliant.