Cookie Notice

 

1. Cookies

When You visit this website we may place certain information on Your computer or mobile device in the form of a “cookie”; this enables us to recognize You (when we read the cookie) automatically next time You visit.  

Cookies can help us in a number of ways. For instance, they can enable us to adapt this website so that it is better suited to Your needs or store Your password so that You do not have to re-enter it each time.  

You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Your options to manage which cookies can be placed or read by us from Your computer or mobile device are set forth below. When You do not accept cookies defined hereunder as 'Strictly Necessary', Your visit to this website will not be possible. If You reject other cookies, certain offerings, features or resources of our website may not work properly and You may experience some loss of convenience or functionality.

2. Types of cookies

Following types of cookie may be used during Your visit to this website:

Duration of Storage

Explanation of cookie

Session

Automatically deleted when You close Your browser

Persistent

Remains stored on Your terminal device until it reaches the expiry date as defined hereunder

 

Responsible party

Explanation of cookie

First party

Placed by the data controller (or any of its processors) operating the website visited by You, as defined by the URL that is usually displayed in the browser address bar (meaning: placed by us)

Third party

Placed by data controllers that do not operate the website currently visited by You (meaning: not placed by us)

3. Cookie categories

Type of cookie

Management options

Strictly Necessary – means if such cookies are disabled Your visit to this website will not be possible

In case You want to disable please check Your browser settings  
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  • Immediately remove cookies from Your computer or mobile device;
  • Block cookies;
  • Issue a warning before a cookie is placed.

If You remove or disable these cookies, Your visit to this website will not be possible

Functional – means if such cookies are disabled we will not be able to provide the functionalities as explicitly requested by You

In case You want to disable please check Your browser settings 
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  • Block cookies; 
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If You remove or disable these cookies, it is possible that You cannot use some features on this website

Social plug-in tracking – means third party (social network) cookies used by social plug-in modules integrated by us in this website which are not Functional but are used to track individuals for purposes such as behavioural advertising, analytics or market research

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  • Block cookies;
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If You remove or disable these cookies, it is possible that You cannot use some features on this website

Third party advertising – means third party cookies used for advertising and purposes such as behavioural advertising, frequency capping, financial logging, ad affiliation, click fraud detection, research and market analysis, product improvement and debugging

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  • Block cookies;
  • Issue a warning before a cookie is placed. 

If You remove or disable these cookies, it is possible that You cannot use some features on this website

First party analytics – means cookies generated by this website in order to enable us to obtain statistics about the visitors of this website (e.g. number of unique visitors, track down website navigation issues, detect frequently used search engine keywords …)

 

In case You want to disable please check Your browser settings  
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  • Immediately remove cookies from Your computer or mobile device;
  • Block cookies;
  • Issue a warning before a cookie is placed.

If You remove or disable these cookies, it is possible that You cannot use some features on this website.

Third party analytics – means cookies generated by third parties in order to obtain statistics about the visitors of their websites (e.g. number of unique visitors, track down website navigation issues, detect frequently used search engine keywords …)

4. Overview of cookies

4.1 Strictly Necessary (Essential)

Cookie name

Purpose

Category

Expires

Third-party

cookie_optin

Cookie set by Sgalinksi to implement the selcted cookie preferences.

Essential

1 year

Yes

be_typo_user

Communicates to Typo3, if the visitor has logged in in Typo3 backend and which backend user is being used.

Essential

Session

Yes

fe_typo_user

Standard session cookie of TYPO3. It saves the entered login-data in case of a user login.

Essential

Session

Yes

PHPSESSID

Cookie generated by applications based on the PHP language. This is a general purpose identifier used to maintain user session variables. It is normally a random generated number, how it is used can be specific to the site, but a good example is maintaining a logged-in status for a user between pages.

Essential

Session

Yes

be_lastLoginProvider

Used for TYPO3 backend login.

Essential

Session

Yes

4.2 First party analytics (Statistics)

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. Google Analytics uses “cookies” to help this website analyse how You are using this website. The information generated by the cookie about Your use of this website will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating Your use of this website, compiling reports on website activity for the website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google's behalf. Google will not associate Your (partial) IP address with any other data held by Google. By using this website, You consent to the processing of data about You by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above. 

Cookie name

Purpose

Category

Expires

Third-party

_ga

Cookie set by Google Analytics, used to distinguish users. It uses the _gat[UID] cookie to throttle the request rate.

Statistics

2 years

Yes

_gat

This cookie name is associated with Google Universal Analytics, according to documentation it is used to throttle the request rate - limiting the collection of data on high traffic sites.

Statistics

1 minute

Yes

_gid

Cookie set by Google Analytics, used to distinguish users. It uses the _gat[UID] cookie to throttle the request rate.

Statistics

2 years

Yes

_gtag

Cookie set by Google Analytics, used to distinguish unique users and throttle the request rate.

Statistics

2 years

Yes