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What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer via your web browser. They allow the servers that host website content to recognize visitors and remember their activities.

Cookies are sometimes only active for the duration of your visit, but can also remain activated longer so that the server recognizes the visitor over several visits.

Cookies are stored separately for each web browser you use. Cookies stored through a browser are usually not available to other web browsers on the same device.

How we use cookies

We use cookies on all of our pages to save information about you and your settings. Thanks to our cookies, for example, you do not need to log in again every time you visit In addition, the menus on the page remember where you were last. These little things improve the overall experience on the site. We do not use cookies for marketing or advertising purposes.

Your cookie settings

Choose which cookies you want to allow on all pages. You can change your settings at any time.

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Service cookies

Service cookies are necessary to ensure that the main functions of our pages function properly. Below is a list of the service cookies used and additional information about their use.

SurnamepurposeApplies to
AuthTokenStores encrypted information about the currently logged in user. This means that the user remains logged in as long as this cookie is
LocaleStores information about the user's language and location. This will display in the language appropriate for the
MenuConfigSaves the configuration and settings of the menus on the page. Updated regularly as the user visits and interacts with the
SignInRedirectRedirects users to the last page they visited after clicking "Sign In"
CookieConsentThis cookie serves as a confirmation. The user has thus perceived the message that this site needs cookies in order to function. By storing this cookie, we do not need to show the user the message every time. In addition, the settings relating to the use of Google Analytics are,
palette controller typeSaves your preferred controller type in the interactive edit mode

Non-service cookies

Non-service cookies are not absolutely necessary to guarantee the main functions of our pages, but they help us to improve them. This enables us, for example, to ensure that users can easily find what they are looking for.

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to see which pages are visited most frequently by the users of our pages, which paths between the pages they choose and which technology is used to access the website. This useful tool provides us with insightful data, which enables us to make better decisions about design and feature updates.

Our "Google Analytics" configuration

Google Analytics has many options and can be used in very different ways. This also includes options that affect the privacy of the users of our pages. To make this completely transparent, we show our configuration here.

To further protect the privacy of our users, we have completely deactivated the following functions of Google Analytics: remarketing (opens a new tab), functions for advertising reports (opens a new tab), user ID (opens a new tab), "Google Ads "link (opens a new tab), AdSense (opens a new tab), and Ad Exchange link (opens a new tab).

Disable cookies

Your web browser may offer options to deactivate and / or delete all cookies on our pages. Please note that our pages will not function properly if you deactivate cookies. You will not be able to log in and your language settings will no longer be saved.

If you want to deactivate Google Analytics for all websites, there is a browser add-on from Google here (opens a new tab).