What is a cookie?

This website uses so-called cookies. Cookies are small text data files that are stored on your computer's hard drive when you visit our website through your web browser. Cookies store certain information that your web browser transmits to us - depending on the lifetime of the cookies - when you visit our website again.

Among other things, they collect information, memorize your custom settings (such as language settings). They are used, for example, when you start some mail systems (so you do not always have to sign in again) and generally make it easier for you to use the website.

What kind of cookies we use and what for?

We collect information about how you use the website: which parts you view, for how long, on what device and in what language. We then use this for statistical purposes, we do not individually examine or use your data. To facilitate your navigation or use of the functions, we store some of the data entered in your computer so that you do not have to enter it again next time.

Absolutely necessary, session cookies

These cookies are necessary for users to use our pages, their function, such as remembering the actions taken on the pages during a visit. These cookies are valid only for your current visit, and when you close your session or browser, these cookies are automatically deleted from your computer.

Without the use of these cookies, we cannot guarantee your use of our website.

Cookies used to generate traffic statistics

We use Google Analytics cookies to collect information about how our visitors use our website.

These cookies cannot identify you personally (they also only partially record the IP address you are currently using), they collect information such as which page our visitor visited, which part of the website the user clicked on, how many pages they visited, how much time it took to view each session, which were the possible error messages - all with the aim of improving our website and improving the user experience.

How can you control and disable cookies?

All browsers currently in use allow you to disable cookies and change your settings. Most browsers automatically allow the use of cookies by default, but these can usually be changed to prevent automatic acceptance and offer the option to choose whether to allow cookies each time or not.

Please note that because the purpose of cookies is to facilitate or enable the use of our pages, disabling the use of cookies may prevent our users from using the full functionality of our website or that the website will work differently in your browser.