When you visit our website there is gathered information about you that we use to adjust and improve our content.
If you want to change that decision then delete your cookies (see how) for this website and the cookie banner will be visible again for you so you can change the decision.
Below we describe what information we gather and what we use it for.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored on your computer when you surf the net. Cookies are used for example, to register your behavior on a specific homepage and to remember you the next time you visit the page. The details registered by the cookie are often used for statistics to improve your experience on the homepage. A cookie cannot contain a virus and is therefore not dangerous to your computer.
Technically necessary cookies
Cookies for statistics
We use these cookies to achieve optimal running of our homepage. This is also, for example, for Google Analytics, which we use to gather statistics on how users are using our homepage. The details in the statistics are anonymous and are not associated with the specific user.
Can I refuse or delete cookies?
All browsers allow you to delete your cookies – individually or as a group. Exactly how you do this depends on the browser that you are using. Remember that if you are using several browsers then the cookies will have to be deleted in all of them.
We do not gather personal information without you having given us this information at registration, purchasing, participation in a survey, etc. Personal information is never transferred to a third party unless you expressly give us your consent.