1. Meaning of cookie (“cookie”)
A “cookie” is a variable file of letters and numbers sent by a web server that is stored on the user’s computer for a predetermined period of time. The cookie allows our web server to recognise the device you are using to browse the website and your browsing history. Cookies allow us to gain an insight into a user’s website visiting and internet usage habits and history. Cookies do not contain any information that identifies visitors to the website, they are only used to recognise the user’s computer.
For more information about these cookies and how they work, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org or www.aboutcookies.org.
2. Acceptance by visiting the website
When you visit our website, the site collects data through the cookies described above.
If the user disables or deletes cookies from his/her browser, he/she may limit the usability of the website (or certain parts of it) and may lose the settings previously made on that website. The websites described in point 1 also provide further information on this issue.
3. Cookies used on our website
3.1. Essential cookies
These cookies are necessary to enable the user to navigate between pages/sites and, where appropriate, to access protected content (e.g. only available to registered users).
3.2 Functional cookies
These cookies are necessary to collect information about the user’s website usage habits (e.g. language used, quick test completion, newsletter subscription).
3.3 Google Analytics cookies
We use the information obtained in this way mainly to improve and optimise the functioning of our website, making it as user-friendly as possible.
4. Social media
Among other things, our website offers visitors the opportunity to view our company on LinkedIn or contact us on Xing. Obviously, we do not and cannot have any influence on the online data collection practices of these social media independent of us.
5. Newsletters, e-mails
On our website you can subscribe to our newsletter or contact us at any time to unsubscribe from our newsletter list. The latter is also necessary to allow us to collect information about whether you have opened the newsletters and e-mails we send you.