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You can disable, delete, and restrict cookies in your browser settings:
If you disable cookies some functionality of this site will not work.
Most cookies we use are so-called session cookies that are deleted immediately after browser closure.
Permanent cookies remain in memory until you delete them yourself and serve as a page for your browser to recognize when you revisit the page.
Necessary cookies are necessary for the proper operation of the site without any technical errors and provide functionality such as electronic communication or shopping cart operation.
Session cookies are deleted after closing your browser.
A persistent cookie stays on your computer for a long period of time even after you close your browser. It identifies your browser the next time you visit a page and ensures that you do not have to re-select the settings on the page with each new visit.
Necessary cookies allow some functionality to function properly such as communication or shopping cart operation.
The first-party cookie may be permanent or temporary and comes from a website that the user views. The information saved with these cookies will be used the next time you visit that site.
A third-party cookie comes from other websites or advertisements that are on the page you are viewing. These cookies collect marketing data.
Google Analytics cookies are stored based on Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR. The website operator has a legitimate interest in analyzing user behavior due to the optimization of the website and its advertising.
We have activated the IP anonymity feature on this site, which means that Google will shorten your IP address across the European Union and other places that have signed an agreement with the European Economic Area before information is sent to the United States. Extremely full IP addresses will be sent and truncated in the US. This information will be used by Google to evaluate the use of the website, compile activity reports and provide other operator activity services for the site. The IP address transmitted by your browser as part of Google Analytics will not be combined with other information held by Google.
You can disable data collection through Google Analytics: disable Google Analytics