What are cookies?
To the extent that we collect your personal data using cookies, we process your personal data in accordance with our privacy statement.
In addition to our own cookies, we also use third-party cookies on our website. We have no control over the privacy and cookie policies of these third parties and are not responsible for them. These third parties use your data for their own purposes, such as tracking your internet behavior and monitoring your interests. Google Analytics is an example of such a third-party service.
Accepting or rejecting cookies
Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies by default. However, you can modify this setting. You can configure your browser to not store cookies on your device, allowing you to choose to allow or reject each cookie, or to delete all cookies when you close your browser.
If you no longer wish to collect cookies or want to remove placed cookies, you can also adjust your browser settings. However, please note that blocking all or certain cookies may result in reduced functionality of our website.
Cookies on our website
Our website may place different types of cookies, which can be categorized into three categories: (i) functional cookies, (ii) analytical cookies, and (iii) advertising cookies, including tracking and social media cookies. In accordance with the law, we will only place analytical and advertising cookies if you have given your consent through the cookie notification, or without your consent if the analytical cookies have no or minimal impact on your privacy. Functional cookies may also be placed without your consent.
Functional cookies enable you to use our website and its functionalities. These cookies are necessary for the functioning of our website and are placed when you open our website or click on a relevant functionality.
Analytical cookies (such as Google Analytics) measure how our visitors use our website. This information allows us to analyze the usage of our website, generate reports and statistics about the usage, and improve the quality or effectiveness of our website and how we present content to you.
Advertising cookies (including tracking and social media cookies) from third parties, for example, track which ads you have seen from us and/or third parties through our website or third-party websites, and whether you clicked on them. With your consent, we (and the respective third parties) can use the information obtained through tracking and advertising cookies to track your internet behavior on our website and third-party websites. This allows us to display relevant advertisements and make personalized offers on our website and third-party websites based on your interests.
Social media cookies make it easier for you to share information via social media. However, social media cookies also allow the social media provider to track your internet behavior. We have no control over this and are not responsible for it.