1. General explanations of cookies
Cookies: Cookies are small data files that are transferred to your browser and stored by it on the device you are using when you visit a website. In cookies unique identifiers can be stored consisting of a string through which Internet pages and servers can be assigned to the specific Internet browser in which the cookie was stored. This allows the visited web pages to recognize the respective browser when a web page is called again.
Cookies can store a variety of information, such as browser type, operating system used, language settings or other personal page settings, your use of the website, order information or login information. As a rule, cookies are not used to collect data that directly identifies a person. However, information collected with cookies may be attributed to a natural person when provided with that person's personal information, such as personal information. As an e-mail address, combined.
On our website
Session cookies are used to store information about your activities on our website for the duration of your visit. Session cookies are deleted as soon as you close your browser.
Persistent cookies are stored on your device over a period of time, so we can recognize your browser when you visit again within that time. Thanks to these cookies, it is possible, among other things, to create
When visiting this website, cookies can be set not only from this website ("first-party cookies"
Third-party cookies enable the provision of third-party features and functions on or through our website (eg advertising, interactive content and analytics). In doing so, some of the third party providers, even beyond our website, collect information about which pages you have previously visited or which products you have been interested in, for example, to show you the advertising that best suits your interests.
Web Beacons Similar Technologies: This website also uses web beacons (also called pixel, pixel tags or GIFs). Web beacons are small graphics (about 1x1 large GIF files) that are embedded in web pages or HTML e-mails and are usually invisible to users. Web beacons are typically used in conjunction with cookies and allow tracking of users' interaction with the content of websites or newsletters. For example, we can use web beacons to determine whether emails have been opened or certain links have been clicked on, identify specific overall trends and individual usage patterns, and generate statistics on the use of the website. In addition, there may be other technologies that work similar to cookies and store data in your browser or on your device. While you may not be able to opt-out or opt-out of these tracking technologies through your browser settings, they usually only work in conjunction with cookies. Accordingly, refusing cookies in your browser will in most cases also disable these technologies. All of these technologies are collectively referred to as "cookies" below.
2. Types of cookies that we use on our website
First-party and third-party cookies are used on this website for various reasons. Below you will find a more detailed overview of the different categories of cookies used on this website and the reasons for their use:
Mandatory cookies: These cookies are necessary for the basic functions of our website to function properly, to allow you to navigate the website and to navigate within the website and to use certain functions. For example, we use mandatory cookies to uniquely identify registered users so that they will be recognized when visiting the site again, or to provide contact forms. These cookies are neither used for advertising purposes nor to create a visitor or usage profile. They are stored for the duration of your Internet session.
Tracking Cookies: We use tracking cookies to charge commissions to business partners with whom we cooperate. For this, the tracking cookies document whether and when a particular offer was clicked. If you subsequently buy something from a participating business partner, the cookie identifies you as coming from our website and we earn our commission. The purpose of the cookies is solely to correctly allocate sales to the respective offer on our website.
Functional cookies: These cookies allow you to save your chosen settings (eg cookie settings) for your next visit. Performance and Web Analytics Cookies: These cookies collect information about how you use the website, eg which sections and subpages you visit frequently, at what time most accesses occur or if you receive error messages. All information collected by these cookies is provided to us only in an aggregated form. They are solely for the purpose of developing and improving the functionality and performance of the website. Web Analytics cookies may be placed by us or by third parties on our behalf and are stored for the duration of your Internet session.
Advertising and targeting cookies: These cookies help us to track your browsing habits, to provide you with personalized and personalized offers on this website and to display interest-based advertisements about our offers on third-party websites. The cookies record, for example, information about which offers of this website you are interested. The collection and evaluation is done exclusively pseudonym and does not allow us to identify you. We also use these cookies to control the frequency with which offers are displayed to you so you do not always see the same offer. In addition, we may track and evaluate the effectiveness of our advertisements displayed on third-party websites for statistical and market research purposes.
Social Media Cookies: In addition, this website may contain social network plug-ins, such as Facebook, so that you can share the contents of these websites with these networks. If you use these features, these networks may also place cookies in your browser for your own promotional purposes.
3. Your choices
Most browsers accept cookies automatically. However, you can configure your browser so that no cookies are stored on your computer or a note always appears before a new cookie is created. Each browser is slightly different, so please read your browser's Help settings to learn how to manage your browser settings.
If you use different devices (eg smartphone, tablet, computer, etc.), please ensure that every browser on each device complies with your cookie settings. Some Internet browsers offer the ability to transmit "Do Not Track" or "DNT" signals. Unified standards for "DNT" signals have not been developed yet, so this site is not currently processing or responding to "DNT" signals.
Please note that disabling cookies completely may not allow you to use all features of this website.