In order for this web page to function properly, we will sometimes save small files – so-called cookies – on your device. This is common practice for most websites.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file left on your computer, tablet computer or smartphone by a web portal when you visit it. This way, the portal can “remember” certain entries and settings (e.g. login, language, font size and other display preferences) over a set period, and you do not need to specify them for each additional visit or when navigating the portal.
- your preferences regarding the display, e.g. contrast and font size
- your potential participation in a survey on the usefulness of the contents (so you are not requested to answer them again by a pop-up window)
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Are other cookies used as well?
On some of our pages or sub-pages, additional or different cookies than described above might be used. As the case may be, there properties will be indicated in a special note, and your agreement to saving them requested.
Control over cookies
You can control and/or delete cookies at will. You can learn how at: aboutcookies.org. You can delete cookies stored on your computer, and configure most browsers in such a way that storing cookies is prevented. However, this can result in you having to set some preferences manually for each visit of a website, and accept that some functions might be impeded.
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