Cookie policy

About cookies, A cookie is a small file that a visited website sends to your computer and stores on it. Only this website can find and read an individual cookie. Cookies are used to identify your computer each time you visit the website and allow you to move around the page more easily, either for the duration of your visit to the site (use of “session cookies”) or for multiple visits (use of “permanent cookies”). Cookies are used to store usernames, passwords, and settings. They enable faster operation and more personalized service for you. If the website does not use cookies, each time you visit the website or the Internet, it recognizes you as a new visitor every time you revisit the website or move to a new page. Cookies can be set by the website you visited (first-party cookies) or other websites that display the content you are viewing (third-party cookies). Each cookie is unique to the browser you use to visit websites. Cookies are not software and are not harmful to your computer. They do not contain computer code and do not store sensitive information that could lead to your identification.

Cookies on the  website This website uses cookies to collect analytical and user data with the ultimate goal of improving the user experience. With the help of cookies, this website automatically collects technical data that is not personally identifiable. This can be information about the internet browser you are using or the domain name through which you came to our website. We may collect this information for market research and to improve the website. We use many different cookies to achieve these goals. Some cookies are used for the proper functioning of the website. As a rule, these are t.i. “Session cookies”, which are removed as soon as you finish your visit. For example, these cookies ensure that your content is displayed correctly. In addition, we use some other cookies, with which we collect information about the manner/purpose of using our website and with the help of which we can improve our website to make it as efficient and user-friendly as possible. These cookies are stored on your computer even when you finish visiting the website. For example, certain cookies send non-personal information to Google Analytics: this is the service we use to collect data such as the frequency of visits to the site, which weblink referred you to our site and how long you stay on our website. Cookies do not reveal your identity, but show general information about the number of people who visit and use our website and in what way. This helps us to improve the website and allows us to produce better and more relevant content. In addition, we also use t.i. “Accessibility cookies”, which store information about your preferences, such as font size and cookies, which will allow you to bookmark pages on your personal accounts on social networks. We emphasize that we do not sell data obtained through cookies, nor do we share them with others, unless required by law (eg: government organizations and law enforcement agencies). Below you will find a table listing the main cookies used on this website, explaining where they occur and what they do.

Cookies used on the  website

Cookie source Cookie Duration Purpose
Google Analytics _utma
_utmz 2 years
1 day
By the end of the session
Half a year

How do we use this information? We use your data obtained with the help of cookies:

• To ensure the most efficient display of page content for you and your computer.

• To provide information about products and services that you have ordered or that we believe are important to you, insofar as you have given your consent so that we can contact you for such a purpose.

• To fulfill our contractual and legal obligations.

• To enable you to collaborate with the interactive features of our services if you wish.

• To inform you about changes related to our offer.

• To help us offer you and ensure successful events and exhibitions.

• To provide aggregated statistics to trusted third parties about our customers, types of browsers, operating systems, the Internet, domains, profile and demographic information, online data transfer patterns, and a range of other website information. These statistics do not include personal data.

• To provide data for similar purposes to the information centers of our agencies.

• If you are already an existing user, we will contact you exclusively via electronic media (e-mail or SMS) and inform you about products and services that may be of interest to you.

• If you are a new user, and if we have given permission to third parties to use your data, we will (or will) contact you via electronic media only if you have consented to this. Your data will be protected in accordance with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act (ZVOP-1) and in no case will it be passed on to third parties, unless you have consented to this. Based on your written request via e-mail, we will provide you with the right to view, transcribe, copy, supplement, correct, block, and delete your personal data.

Enabling and disabling cookies on your computer Many web browsers offer the option of giving an advance warning about storing or blocking cookies. Please be aware that if you delete our cookies or block further cookies, you may no longer have access to certain parts or content of our website. For example, this may mean that you may have trouble signing in. For more information on deleting or managing cookies, visit

1. Google Chrome In the browser, click on the Settings icon (located by default in the upper right corner) and select the Tools menu Select “Settings” in the Tools menu Click on “Show advanced settings” at the bottom of the menu Select the “Content settings” button in Enable cookies in the “Privacy” section: Select “Allow local data to be set (recommended)” Disable cookies: Select “Prevent sites from setting any data” Please note: There are different levels in the Chrome browser where cookies can be enabled or disabled. Check the following Google Chrome cookie settings page for more information:

2. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 Click on the “Tools” icon in the top corner of your browser and select “Internet Options” Select the “Privacy” tab in the Enable cookies option menu: Move the slider to “Medium” or “Low” Disable cookies: Move the slider to the top to “Block all cookies” Please note: there are different levels in Explorer where cookies can be enabled or disabled. For more information, check the following Microsoft Web site for cookie settings in Internet Explorer:

3. Mozilla Firefox Click on the “Settings” icon in the browser and select “Options” Select the “Privacy” icon Enable cookies: check “Allow cookies from websites” Disable cookies: check “Allow cookies from websites” Please note: There are different levels of Firefox at which cookies can be enabled or disabled. For more information, check the following Mozilla Firefox cookie settings website:

4. Opera Click on “Settings” in the browser and select “Settings” Select “Quick settings” Enable cookies: check “Allow cookies” Disable cookies: uncheck “Allow cookies” Please note: there are different levels in the Opera browser where cookies can be enabled or disabled. For more information, check out the following Opera Software website about Opera cookie settings:

5. Safari on OSX Click on “Safari” in the menu and select the option “Settings” Click on “Security” Enable cookies: Select “Only from the website I visited” in the section “Allow cookies” Disable cookies: “Select” Never “in the” Allow cookies “section Please note: there are different levels in the Safari browser at which cookies can be enabled or disabled. For more information, check the following Apple website for cookie settings in Safari:

6. All other browsers Find the “Help” icon in the browser or contact the browser supplier/manufacturer.

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