EU | Cookie Policy


This Cookie Policy explains what cookies are, what types of cookies are used on this website and how you can adjust your cookie settings at any time while browsing this website.


Cookies and similar technologies such as pixels or beacons (collectively “cookies”) are small files or pieces of code that may collect information about users as they navigate through a website. Cookies may be stored on users' devices for a certain period of time to facilitate or improve navigation. Cookies can have different functions and lifespans, as explained below.

Cookie categories

Strictly necessary cookies are cookies that are essential for the proper functioning of a website. These cookies include, for example, technical cookies that allow users to load and navigate pages of a website. These cookies are always active and do not require prior consent from users.

Other categories of cookies include functional cookies (i.e. to improve users' browsing experience, for example by remembering users' preferred language or login information), performance measurement cookies (i.e. to collect information such as number of users or session statistics) or targeting cookies (i.e. to create user profiles and display advertisements or personalized content). As these cookies are not strictly necessary from a technical point of view, prior consent from users is generally required before these cookies are activated.

Lifespan of cookies

Cookies may remain on users' devices for different periods of time. So-called “session” cookies are automatically deleted when the user closes their browser, while so-called “persistent” cookies remain on the user’s device for a predetermined period. Persistent cookies allow a website to remember user actions and preferences (e.g. login information, default language, font size, additional display settings, etc.) so that it there is no need to specify them again when they visit the website again. When a certain period of time is reached, persistent cookies are automatically deleted from users' devices.

First-party or third-party cookies

Finally, a distinction can be made between first-party cookies and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are cookies set by the website owner itself, while third-party cookies are set by other parties, e.g. B. an external service provider (e.g. Google).


In this section you can find out more about the cookies used on this website. You can adjust your cookie settings for non-essential cookies at any time by clicking “Cookie Settings” at the bottom of this page. For more information on third-party cookies, we recommend that you read the cookie policies of the external providers listed below on their respective websites (if applicable).