Updated: 01.12.2020

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A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer and for example means that you do not have to log in every time you visit this web site.

The cookie does not personally identify you, only the browser that is installed on your computer and that you use during the visit. The cookie does not contain viruses, nor can it destroy other information on your computer.

We work with both session cookies and cookies that remain. Session cookies contain an ID string so that our servers can distinguish your browser from other visitors' browsers. A session cookie is stored in memory as long as your browser is running. When you close the browser, the session cookie is deleted. Remaining cookies are stored on the computer's hard disk until a certain date and remain until they expire, are overwritten by new cookies or deleted manually.

We use cookies for automatic login and to collect statistics about the traffic on the website. The information collected may, for example, be information about which pages on our web page you have visited and how long you spend on the website. Such statistics do not contain any personal information.

The website also contains so-called third-party cookies from Google Analytics and Cloudflare which are used for statistical and traffic measurement purposes.

You have the right to say no to the fact that we store cookies on your computer, but this means that for functional reasons you can not use the website. You can also choose at which level you want to accept cookies for your browser.