What is it about?
What are cookies?
A “cookie” is a small file saved on your device (computer, tablet, or phone) when visiting a website. Cookies identify your device on the website and “remember” your previous visits to improve the user experience.
You cannot be identified based on cookies alone, but with other information, they can be linked to you. However, we do not aim to recognize you using cookies. If we do this, we ensure the cookie data is treated as personal data by applicable data protection laws.
- to improve the website user experience
- to remember your settings
- to provide relevant content and information
- to ensure website security
- to collect statistical data on our website’s use and to measure advertising’s effectiveness.
What kind of cookies do we use?
Functional cookies are necessary to use the website and its features. Cookies are used, for example, to remember login information and language settings. Functional cookies can also be used to personalize websites.
Cookies that measure behavior
These cookies collect statistical information about how people use the website. For example, they help us understand how users use our website and which are the most popular parts of our website. We use Google Analytics tools to collect this information.
Targeted marketing cookies
These cookies collect information about your browsing activity. They are used to make advertising more interesting and better meet your needs. For this purpose, cookies are usually set by an advertising network managed by a third party so that you can be offered exciting content based on your online behavior.
Such third parties are, e.g., We cannot answer for the cookies used by Facebook and Google.
To manage cookies on your device
Check out the cookie management in your browser settings.
More information about cookies
You can ask more about using cookies on our website by contacting us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.