What are cookies?
Cookies are data that a website caches when you visit them on your computer. These cookies use information about language, page settings, your name and email address.
Cookies serve to make it easier for you to surf the Internet, because with certain websites, for example, the entry of long passwords is omitted, or even surfing habits are passed on to the respective operator of a website.
However, a web page only has access to data that you previously release. A web page cannot fall back on your email or other files of your computer without your previous setting.
One distinguishes “session” cookies:
Which are helpful when surfing and necessary! Your password-protected Internet pages do not have to be logged in again after a few seconds.
Session cookies are generally used in online banking for security reasons.
The total time of the connection is stored in a cookie until you close the website and the cookie will automatically be removed.
“Persistent” Cookies, which do not have to close automatically with the Internet page away from the user or are not allowed directly with the attitude.
We work with both cookies.
What are your decisions regarding cookies:
If you wish to delete cookies or instruct your web browser to delete or reject cookies, visit the help pages on your web browser.
Note, however, that if you delete or dislike cookies, you may not be able to use all the features we offer, you will not be able to save your settings and some of our pages may not be displayed properly.