1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data stored in the browser of a computer, mobile phone, or other device after visiting websites. Cookies are widely used to ensure the proper functioning of websites and gather statistics.
The information we collect through cookies helps us analyze how our website is used, allowing us to make it more user-friendly and functional. Personal data is stored in cookies only if you have consented to their use. This ensures secure access to your account, which is technically necessary.
3. What types of cookies do we use?
3.1 Technical cookies: The use of these functional cookies cannot be disabled when visiting our website as they ensure its proper functioning. This includes cookies that gather information on whether the use of other cookies from our website is permitted or prohibited.
3.3 Analytical cookies: We use web analytics tools for general analysis of website usage and to obtain data for improving our offerings. The information collected may be transmitted in an anonymous form to the web analytics service server, where it is stored and processed. We may use analytical tools and corresponding cookies from the following service providers:
3.4 Web beacons: Web beacons are small graphic images (also known as pixel tags or clear GIFs) that can be placed on our websites and embedded in our services, applications, messages, and tools. Web beacons may be used for various purposes, including assessing the effectiveness of our websites, monitoring visitor numbers and behavior on our websites, determining the proportion of actually read emails compared to the total number of sent emails, evaluating the effectiveness of our advertising, and counting the number of actually viewed pages, articles, and links.
Similar Information Storage Technologies
Similar information storage technologies refer to technologies that allow specific information to be recorded in the cache memory of a web browser or in the device's memory using local shared objects or locally stored data, such as Flash and HTML5 cookies, and other internet application software elements. These technologies can be used in all commonly used web browsers. In some cases, full control over the use of locally stored data through a web browser is not possible and requires special tools. We may use such information storage technologies to protect your account data or to detect unusual browser activities in order to prevent unauthorized access to your account or assess the effectiveness of our websites, services, applications, or tools.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies. You can delete stored cookies on your device at any time. For more detailed instructions on how to do this, you can refer to the user manual or instructions provided by your browser or device manufacturer.
Browser settings also allow you to disable all cookies or only certain types of cookies. However, each browser is different, so more specific information on cookie settings can be found in the Help section of your browser.
Please note that disabling cookies may prevent you from using certain features, services, tools, and applications on our website.
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