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Cookie policy
What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer by your browser when you visit our website. We use cookies on this website.
  What is the purpose of these cookies?
We use cookies to save your settings and preferences. You can prevent cookies from being saved in your browser using your computer. Instructions for changing browser settings can be found in the Help menu on the toolbar of most browsers. You can continue to visit the website even if cookies are not accepted, but in this case certain services or parts of the site may no longer function properly. If you do not accept cookies, you can only use our website to a limited extent. With your consent, we will store tracking cookies on your computer.
These cookies store which pages you have accessed and use them to create a profile of your online behavior. This profile is not linked to your name, address, email address or the like.

Can I be identified via cookies?
No. A cookie does not save your name, address, age or other personal data. Only your preferences and interests, as derived from your behavior, are saved.

Functional and non-functional cookies 
There are functional and non-functional cookies. Functional cookies are essential for the website to function properly or for the information requested to be displayed quickly and accurately each time the website is accessed. For example, you do not have to re-enter your data and make settings the next time you access. Non-functional cookies inform us about the number of visitors to the website and how they use the site. We can use this information to improve the website. These files are either automatically deleted when you close your browser or are stored for 12 months after they were last accessed. 

Functional cookies are used, for example, to 
• save
your login data
• ensure the security of your login data • keep the website displayed constantly

Non-functional cookies are used, for example, to 
• determine the number of visitors to the website, 
• save the behavior of users on the website,
• improve the performance of the website,
• improve the user experience with the website

You can find more information about cookies and the cookie law at www.youronlinechoices.com .