This document is effective as of October 24, 2020.
What is Cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored in the browser of your computer, mobile phone, or other device after you visit a website. Cookies are widely used for maintaining websites and collecting statistics.
The information we collect through cookies helps us analyze how our website is used so that we can make it as user-friendly and functional as possible.
Personal data is stored in cookies if you have agreed to their use. This provides a secure login to your personal account, which is technically necessary.
What types of cookies do we use?
The use of these functional cookies cannot be prohibited when visiting our site, as they ensure the correct operation of the website. This includes cookies that collect information about whether the use of other cookies from our site is allowed or prohibited.
Session cookies and preference cookies
We use web Analytics tools to analyze overall site usage and obtain raw data to improve our offerings. The information obtained can be transmitted anonymously to the web Analytics service server, stored and processed there. We may use Analytics tools and related cookies from the following service providers:
Web beacons are small graphic images (also called "pixel tags" or "pure gifs") that can be placed on our websites and embedded in our services, applications, messages, and tools. Web beacons can be used for various purposes, including evaluating the performance of our websites, monitoring the number of visitors and their behavior on our websites, determining the percentage of emails actually read from the total number of emails sent, monitoring the effectiveness of our advertising, and counting the number of pages, articles, and links actually viewed.
Similar technologies for storing information
Similar technologies for storing information are technologies that allow you to write certain information to the cache memory of a web browser or device using local public objects or locally stored data, such as Flash and HTML 5 cookies and other elements of Internet application software. These technologies can be used in all web browsers used. In some cases, managing the full use of locally stored data using a web browser is not possible and requires special tools. Such information storage technologies may be used by us to protect your account data or to detect non-standard actions when using the browser in order to prevent unauthorized access to your account or to evaluate the performance of our websites, services, applications or tools.
Most browsers automatically accept cookies. You can delete saved cookies on your device at any time. You can find more information about how to do this in the instructions for using your browser or the manufacturer's device.
You can also disable any cookies or only certain ones in your browser settings. However, all browsers differ from each other, so for more information about cookie settings, see the Help section of your browser.