Guideline on cookies
In this guideline we use the term "cookies" to refer to cookies and other similar technologies, as defined in the EU Directive concerning the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy in the electronic communications sector.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files, which are generated by the website being visited and contain data. They are stored on the user's computer in order to provide him with access to various functionalities.
Our website uses both session and persistent cookies. A session cookie is stored on the user's computer temporarily, while he is browsing the website. This cookie is erased when the user closes his browser or after a certain period of time, that is, once the session expires. A persistent cookie remains on the user's computer until it is deleted.
Functions and content of this website
Users utilize the Share function to recommend our content in social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. In the interests of website optimization, cookies store information about how users utilize the Share function.
However, this data is not collected in relation to particular individuals. If you do not accept cookies, no information will be stored.
This website uses web analytics tools.
For further information, see our data protection guideline.
How can I reject and delete cookies?
For further information about using, rejecting, and deleting cookies in mobile browsers, see your cell phone instruction manual.
Please note that if you reject cookies, you can still visit our website, but some functionalities may not work to their full extent.
We use the following cookies on our website:
- visited10126809688466600: stores the information that the user has closed the cookie info tab. The cookie expires after one day.
- be_typo_user: If someone opens the TYPO3 backend, a session ID is stored. This is then available in the database, and provides information on the backend account and IP address. The cookie expires when the browser window closes.
- fe_typo_user: As be_typo_user, but for frontend users. Used both for forms and for areas protected by a login. Via the database, it is possible to access the IP address and, if logged in, the account information. The cookie expires when the browser window closes.
- nc_staticfilecache: Saves the information about whether a user is logged in. It does not provide info on the account, however. The cookie expires when the browser window closes