A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone when you visit a website. Information is saved in this text file and that information can be recognized by this website when you visit it again. This page explains all the cookies we use and why. You can manage your consent for the use of these cookies via the Cookie settings page. This enables you to withdraw your consent and to delete the cookies. Please note, the information about cookies is subject to change so we recommend checking this page for changes on a regular basis.
Functional cookies are used e.g. for a shopping basket, to remember login details or to record the fact that other cookies can be stored. Without these cookies, a website would not be able to function.
Analytical cookies are anonymized and they are used to measure website traffic.
Tracking cookies are used to identify the visitors of a website so that relevant information can be collected.
We also allow the cookies of Google Analytics (the analytics.js variant) so that we can see how many people visit our website, for instance, and which pages are the most popular. More information about the cookies of Google Analytics can be found via this page of Google.