Cookies are small text files that websites store on your computer or mobile device. Below you can find more information about the different types of cookies. For a full list of the cookies used on this website, see the following section “List of cookies used on this website”.
A “temporary cookie” or “session cookie” is stored temporarily on your computer or mobile device during a browsing session and is removed as soon as you close your browser. A “persistent cookie” remains on your computer or mobile device after you close your browser and is used to recognize you when you return to the website. A persistent cookie is deleted when a defined expiry date has passed.
“First party cookies” are cookies that are set by the website you visit and can only be read by the website. “Third party cookies” are stored by a third party during your website visit and are used to forward certain information about your visit to that third party.
“Necessary cookies” or “essential cookies” are needed for the website to run properly. “Functionality cookies” are used to improve your browsing experience, for example by saving your preferences. Necessary cookies and functionality cookies can be stored on a user’s computer or mobile device without consent. Blocking these cookies will impact the proper functioning of the website or some of its components.
“Analytical cookies” collect information on how the website is used in order to improve its performance. “Advertising cookies” are used to collect information on the browsing behavior of users in order to customize advertisements to their personal interests. Analytical cookies and advertising cookies can only be stored with a user’s consent.
The full list of cookies used on this website is presented below:
|Web analytics cookies (Google Analytics)||Track navigation patterns of users||Third party cookie||Analytical cookie||Persistent/session|
|Web analytics cookies (Adobe Analytics/Omniture)||Track navigation patterns of users||Third party cookie||Analytical cookie||Persistent/session|
|Advertisement cookies (Facebook Pixel/Connect)||Presentation of relevant advertisement/ measurement of social media campaigns||Third party cookie||Advertising cookie||Persistent|
|Advertisement cookies (Twitter)||Presentation of relevant advertisement/ measurement of social media campaigns||Third party cookie||Advertising cookie||Persistent|
|Advertisement cookies (Youtube)||Presentation of relevant advertisement/ measurement of social media campaigns||Third party cookie||Advertising cookie||Persistent|
|Cookie preference cookie||Checks cookie consent / preferences||First party cookie||Functionality cookie||1 month|
|Language preference cookie||Remembers language settings||First party cookie||Functionality cookie||Session|
Our website may contain other/unforeseen cookies, particularly where it contains so-called embedded elements: texts, documents, pictures or short films that are stored with a third party, but are shown on, in, or through our website. Should you come across any cookie on this website that is not listed above, you can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the third party directly for more information.
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If you block the installation of cookies on your computer, we cannot guarantee the proper functioning of our website or some of its components.
We might have to adapt this statement from time to time, due to changes to the website or in the applicable regulation. You can always consult the latest version of our cookie statement via the website.