What are cookies?
Cookies are small files, generally composed of letters and numbers, that are downloaded onto a device when users access websites. They are often used to ensure the operation of websites or to increase the efficiency of websites. Cookies are set when a particular website is loaded through a user's browser. Data is sent to the browser via the website, which then creates a text file. Each time the user visits the same website again, this file is retrieved by the browser and sent to the website's server. Cookies perform multiple functions, including collecting and registering data about user preferences, shopping cart usage, and generally making the website easier for the user to use.
Providing personally tailored functions when visiting our website,
To make it easier for you to navigate our website and use its features to provide you with a seamless service,
Collection of information about how you use our website in order to provide you with a better service,
Improving our website.
These cookies are listed below:
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are essential in order for users to be able to navigate our website and use its features, including accessing a secure area without having to log in each time and recording your actions on each page over the course of a Meeting.
NOTE: Without these cookies, we cannot ensure the smooth operation of our website or online security during your browsing sessions.
We use performance cookies, primarily from Google Analytics, to collect data about how users use our website. We collect data, for example on the areas of the website clicked on, the number of websites visited, the duration of each session and error messages, if any, with the aim of improving our website and offering users a better service. For more information about Google Analytics, please click here.
We may also collect information about how users use our website by using other performance cookies similar to Google Analytics cookies from time to time. While the data collected through the use of these cookies may include the user's IP address, domain and browser information, this data is only collected and analyzed in anonymous forms and on an aggregate basis.
Functionality cookies allow us to remember choices made by users on our website, e.g. B Language, usernames and their preferences. We use this information to provide our users with customized features when navigating our website.
Some cookies may be stored on your computer and used by approved third parties for advertising purposes. This occurs when the website you are visiting displays content from a third party website or when you click the share button on our website to allow your computer to receive cookies from the third party. These third parties include social media providers such as Facebook and YouTube. These cookies allow third parties to collect and store information such as user preferences and pages visited for advertising purposes or to improve services. It should be noted that we have no control over these third-party cookies and therefore accept no liability in this regard. Check the websites of these third parties for their cookie policies.
How are cookies blocked?
The links above provide information on how to manage cookie settings for the main browser providers.
Disabling anonymous Google Analytics cookies: You can install the Google Analytics browser "plugin" to prevent the website from sending data about your visit to Google Analytics. See:for more information
NOTE: Cookies are used to improve the usability and processes of our website or to to ensure Blocking or deleting cookies may result in our users not being able to use the functions of our website or in the website functioning in your browser in a limited way with regard to its intended functionality.