Cookies

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or device when you visit our website. By using cookies, there is no violation of the GDPR Regulation or the Personal Data Protection Act, as we do not collect personal data by using them or provide them to intermediaries or to third parties. Through cookies, we do not even identify the specific person concerned, nor do we perform profiling or we do not specify any activities and actions against the persons concerned who have given their consent to the use of cookies.

The person concerned has expressed an interest in the use of cookies, as cookies can only be used if the person concerned has given his consent by enabling this function in the browser of his device. At the address below you will find an example of how to enable and disable the use of cookies in your browser:

https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en

By activating the function of using cookies, each user has given their consent to their storage in their browser. It is therefore not necessary to seek duplicate consent from the website operator. If the user does not agree to the use of cookies, he will turn off this function in his browser.

Cookies are stored on the user's computer to allow him access to various functions. We use cookies to increase the effectiveness of your visits to our website. We use cookies to remember your browsing preferences, such as text size, preferred language, color preferences, and more. which makes it easier for us to navigate our site, and to collect analytical information, such as the number of visitors to our website. Cookies allow us to better collect information about the use of our website. However, we do not collect your personal data and information in their data in any way. Only the unique session identifier is stored, which allows us to reload the user's profile and preferences the next time you visit the website.

The types of cookies are:

(a) session cookies that are temporarily stored on your computer or device during and after the crawl session are deleted; and

(b) persistent cookies that are stored on your computer for an extended period of time. These persistent cookies can be deleted by the user.

The menu of the majority of browsers contains options for configuring settings, i. The browser usually includes options such as enable cookies, view cookies, disable all or selected cookies, etc.