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Cookies are small data files used by websites visited by you to remember the actions and settings you made on them so that you do not have to enter these data again. Cookies do not pose a threat but they should be considered in terms of privacy protection. Cookies cannot be used to identify visitors to websites or to misuse login details.
What kinds of cookies do we use?
We also use third-party cookies (for example, Google Analytics for analysing traffic). These cookies are managed by third parties and we do not have access to reading or entering such data.
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