§ 2-7b Use of Tracking Cookies
The storage of information in any user's communication equipment, or processing this information, without informing the user what information is being processed, the purpose of this processing, the identity of the processors and the consent of the user, is prohibited. This excludes technical storage or access to information
Deleting cookies that you have previously accepted is relatively straight-forward. On most web browsers for desktops you can press CTRL + SHIFT + DEL to jump straight to the right menu.
Local tracking cookies:
These are cookies that enable our page to remember the preferences you select and to keep you logged in as you navigate the page. This information is not stored by us and most of them are automatically deleted once you close your browser. A few are, however, permanent until manually deleted.
Google Analytics is a data analysis service provided by Google. It collects information on which pages you visit on our site, your total number of visits and which links you follow into our site. This traffic data is processed by Google and is used to generate visitor statistics and reports which help us see how our customers use our site.
Our search engine is powered by Google, which employs it's own set of cookies. These cookies track which search terms people use and the number of clicks on each search result. Google uses this info to optimize the search engine. The information can also be used to reach you on other web pages with our advertisements through Google Doubleclick.
In order to show you our video guides we have to embed tracking cookies from Youtube.
Cookies from Facebook are only used if have already visited Facebook, follow a link from Facebook or use a Facebook functionality in relation to our site. These cookies are used by Facebook functionalities such as a "like"-button, comment section and Facebook login. This information can be used to reach you on Facebook with advertisement from us.
This is a service we use to analyze the visits to our site, such as how many press each button and what pages users browse. The purpose is to make our site more user-friendly.
This cookie is required for our chat window to work.
Some of our marketeers can use third-party cookies for retargeting. We use the Google Analytics Advertising function Remarketing. You can change your ad settings here: https://www.google.com/settings/ads/ (desktop) and here: https://www.google.com/ads/preferences/html/mobile-about.html (phone).