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We use the following cookies on this Website:
|Cookie name||Cookie function / purpose of data management||Cookie Lifetime, validity||Information collected and managed by cookies|
|functional cookie (PHPSESSID)||Session tracking||From page loading to the end of the browsing session||Browser settings|
|tracking cookie (cookie_notice_accepted)||Accept cookie law||3 days||Have the cookies used on this website been accepted? (true/false)|
|tracking cookie (wordpress_logged_in)||Sign-in tracking||From page loading to the end of the browsing session||The user is logged in to the page|
|tracking cookie (wordpress_sec)||Session tracking||From page loading to the end of the browsing session||Browser settings|
|tracking cookie (wp-settings-1)||Browser settings tracking||1 year||Browser settings|
|tracking cookie (wp-settings-time)||In which time zone is the User||1 year||Time zone of the browser|
|analytical cookie (Google Analytics cookie)||Gathering information about how visitors use the site||1 year||which part of the website they clicked on, how long each visit / session was|
How to disable and / or remove cookies:
Previously set, enabled cookies can be disabled or blocked later in your browser settings. It is important to note that disabling cookies may affect certain functions.
If you want to view the contents of the cookie, click on the cookie itself and you will see a short line of text and numbers.
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