Which type of cookies do we use?
There are different types of cookies.
- A permanent cookie remains on the visitor’s computer for a set period of time. The cookie is used to save settings and information until you visit the website again.
What is the difference between first-party and third-party cookies?
A cookie always has a sender (the one who stores the cookie on your computer) and it is a domain name.
A first-party cookie is a cookie that comes from the website (domain) you are visiting.
A third-party cookie is a cookie that comes from a different domain than the one you are visiting. This form of cookie is usually used for advertising and can be used by several different websites that work together, to track how you navigate from one website to another.
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You choose which cookies you want to consent to. You can withdraw your consent at any time by clicking on the blue symbol at the bottom left.
Settings in your browser to limit, deny or block cookies
How you delete stored cookies depends on which browser you have. Most browsers have a default setting that accepts the storage of cookies. The settings can be changed so that cookies are blocked or that you are warned when a cookie is stored on your computer. Information on how to access these settings can be found in the respective browser’s help function or instructions.
If you do not want to accept cookies, your browser can be set so that you automatically refuse the storage of cookies or be informed every time a website requests to store a cookie. Through the browser, previously stored cookies can also be deleted. See your browser’s help pages for more information. This may mean that some services on the website do not work.
Do you have any questions about our cookie management?
Then you are most welcome to contact us at email@example.com!