Privacy Policy

The following sections provide detailed information about our use of your personal information and data. These basic security principles will be modified, if required, e.g. in case of amendments to existing laws.

General Principles commits itself to protecting the privacy of all consumers and to handle their personal data in a strictly confidential manner. We are committed to developing long lasting relationships based on trust and will do everything in our power to ensure that your right to privacy is maintained and protected. Our staff members are regularly sworn to uphold data secrecy. The main principles of our privacy policy are based on the relevant laws in force.

What kind of data is stored and processed while visiting the website?
You can visit our website without having to reveal any personal Data. We solely store your access Data that has no personal references in an anonymous form for marketing and optimization purposes, such as for example the name of your Internet Service Provider, the page you visit from, the name of the file requested as well as your IP address.

From the data collected, a user profile is created under an alias for the purposes of advertising, market research and demand-oriented designing of our offer (e.g. so-called clickstream analysis). Cookies can be used here, which however collect and store data solely in an alias form. The data is not used to personally identify you, i.e. under no circumstances are the user profiles brought together with data about the bearer of the alias.

You can protest against the creation of the alias user profile at any time.

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) 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 the website, compiling reports on website activity for 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 IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, however please note that if you do this you may not be able to use the full functionality of this website. 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.

We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our website. These companies use non-personally identifiable information regarding your visit to this website and other sites, such as the user IP address, pages viewed, date and time of your visit, and number of times you have viewed an ad (but not your name, address, or other personal information), to serve ads to you on this site and other sites that may be of interest to you. In the course of serving advertisements to this site, our third-party advertiser may place or recognize a unique cookie on your browser.

Specifically, Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on this website. Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to you based on your visit to this website and other websites on the Internet. You may opt out of the use of the DART cookies by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

What kind of data is collected when I sign up for the newsletter?
When you sign up for our newsletter we will use the given data to provide you with our newsletter. Your email address is required to sign up. All other information is given voluntary. The newsletter contains our current information posts as well as offers of and third-party offers. It is possible to unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time.

How is my personal Data protected against misuse?
We protect our website and our system from unauthorized access through the latest technical and organisational measures available to protect your data from getting manipulated, destroyed or accessed by any unauthorized person. Whenever any personal Data is transferred, we use sophisticated encryption technologies to ensure the strictly confidential transfer of personal data/information such as terms of registration and guarantee.

In addition, your personal data is protected by password, so it is only accessible to you. Our servers employ various security and authorization technologies in order to prevent unauthorized access. When sharing your computer with others, please keep your password and other relevant information strictly confidential and always close your browser window after you have finished communicating with to avoid any unauthorized access to your personal data.

How can I have my personal Data corrected, blocked or deleted?
You have the right to be informed of which of your data and information is stored. Additionally you have the right to have your data corrected, blocked or deleted. In a case like that, please contact us.

Cookies Statement 

Our website uses cookies so that we can provide a better service. Continue to use the site as normal if you are happy with this, or find out how to manage cookies here.

1.1. About cookies
Websites use smart and useful techniques to enhance user-friendliness and to make the site as interesting as possible for each visitor. One of the best known techniques involves cookies. Cookies can be used by website owners or third parties – like advertisers – who communicate through the website you visit.

Cookies are tiny text files stored on your computer when you visit certain web pages. They help us to improve our site and to deliver a better and more personalized service. They enable us to estimate our audience size and usage pattern, to store information about your preferences (and so allow us to customize our site according to your individual interests), to speed up your searches, and to recognize you when you return to our site. Please note that cookies can’t harm your computer. We don’t store personally identifiable information such as credit card details in cookies we create, but we do use encrypted information gathered from them to help improve your experience of the site.

Cookies are classified according to duration and who sets them. We feel it is essential for you to be informed about the cookies that our website uses and for what purpose they are used. The purpose is threefold: we want to guarantee your privacy, the user friendliness, and the development of our website as best as we can. The following explanation tells you more about the cookies used on and through our website and for what purposes.

2. How this website uses cookies
This website uses cookies to gather visitor statistics and to record information about your preferences as you navigate through the web sites. Our purpose of using cookies is to improve the use of the site for you as a visitor.

3. Cookies and their functionality
Different types of cookies are used for different purposes.
Below you will find a list of the most common type of cookies and for what they are used.

3.1. Session cookies
A session cookie is temporarily stored in your computer’s memory while you are surfing on a site, for example to keep a track of which language you have chosen. Session cookies are not stored on your computer for a long period of time, but always disappear when you shut down your web browser.

3.2. Persistent or tracker cookies
A persistent cookie saves a file on your computer for a long time; this kind of cookie has an expiry date. Persistent cookies help websites remember your information and settings when you visit them in the future. This result in faster and more convenient access since, for example, you don’t have to login again.

When the expiry date has passed, the cookie is automatically deleted when you return to the website that created it.

3.3. First party cookies
These are set by the website itself (the same domain as in the browser’s address bar), and can only be read by that site. These cookies are commonly used to store information such as your preferences, for use when you re-visit the site.

3.4. Third party cookies
These are set by different domains from the one shown on the browser address bar that is by an organisation other than the website owner.

Cookies that, for example, are used to collect information for advertisements and custom content and also for web statistics may be ‘third-party cookies’.

As third-party cookies make it possible to generate more comprehensive surveys of user surfing habits, they are deemed to be more sensitive from the perspective of integrity; for this reason, most web browsers allow you to adjust your settings to not accept third-party cookies.

3.5. Flash cookies
Flash cookies (Local Shared Objects) are pieces of data that websites which use Adobe Flash may store on your computer.

Flash cookies are a new way of tracing your movement and storing a lot more information about you than with normal cookies. One major disadvantage of flash cookies is that you can’t locate them in your browser. They are not shown in the list of cookies that you can see when you take a look at the cookies that are currently saved in your web browser. Normal HTTP cookies can’t save more than 4 Kilobyte of data while Flash cookies can save up to 100 Kilobyte.

Flash cookies are a technical design similar to cookies. Almost all web browsers have a Flash player that is used to display Flash presentations. One well-known example of Flash presentations is the video player on the YouTube video site. (Flash cookies are not only associated with YouTube, but apply to all websites using Flash cookies.)

Flash cookies do not have a time limit. They will stay there until they are deleted.

3.5.1 What we use Flash cookies for
We may use Flash cookies to gather statistics and setting audio preferences.

3.5.2 How to disable Flash cookies
It is not possible to block or manage Flash cookies in the same way in the browser, as they are stored in a different location, Global Storage Settings panel of the online Settings Manager at Adobe’s site

The Settings Manager can be accessed from the Adobe website but is running locally on your computer. The Website Storage Settings display all Flash cookies that are currently saved on your computer. You can delete flash cookies from individual sites or all at once. It is also possible to increase or decrease the Kilobyte size of all information that is stored on your computer.

No Flash Cookies will be saved if you go into Global Storage Settings and disable the option “Allow third-party Flash content to store data on your computer”.

If you wish to opt-out of the Flash cookies on a per-site basis you do that on the Settings Manager.

By disabling Flash cookies we cannot guarantee that all functions of our web site will function as intended.

4. List of cookies set by our website
__utmb On some of our websites and pages we are using Google Analytics to collect data for statistics. This cookie determining visitor session.
__utma This Google Analytics cookie is identifying unique visitors.
__utmz This Google Analytics cookie is tracking traffic sources & navigation.
__utmv This Google Analytics cookie shows custom variables.
ASP.NET_SessionId When a user connects to an ASP.NET application, a unique session ID will be affiliated with the user.
ASPSESSIONIDQQBATBCR When a user connects to an ASP.NET application, a unique session ID will be affiliated with the user.
accept-cookies This cookie is used to see if the user accepts cookies.
locale This cookie is used to know which language the visitor prefers.
wordpress_sec_SessionId When a user connects to a wordpress application, a unique session ID will be affiliated with the user.
wordpress_logged_in_SessionId When a user logs in to a wordpress application, a unique session ID will be affiliated with the user.
wordpress_test_cookie When a user connects to a wordpress application, a test cookie is set.
Facebook If you choose to use the Facebook ‘share’ buttons that can be found on some pages, Facebook may set some or all of these cookies.

5. Advertising cookies
Cookies are widely used in online advertising. We, advertisers or our advertising partners cannot gain personally identifiable information from these cookies.

Third-party ad serving enables us to target advertisements to you for products and services in which you might be interested, including interest-based ads. We respect the online ad industries’ Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising. You may wish to visit the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) to learn about opt-out procedures from third party advertisers and ad networks who are members of the NAI. Exercising one or more opt-outs through the NAI means that those members no longer will be allowed (under their rules) to deliver interest-based ads to you, but does not mean you may no longer receive any interest-based ads (e.g., from non-members). Also, if your browser is configured to reject cookies when you visit this opt-out page, or you subsequently erase your cookies, use a different device or change web browsers, your opt-out may not be effective. You may also opt-out of receiving certain interest-based ads, through the Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”), from DAA members. In the European Union, you may opt-out of receiving certain interest-based ads by visiting and following instructions from the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (“EDAA”). Limitations similar to the NAI may apply to the DAA and EDAA opt-outs. We are not responsible for the effectiveness of, or compliance with, any third-parties’ opt-out programs.

You can learn more about online advertising and also opt-out of almost all advertising cookies at although we would prefer that you didn’t as ultimately adverts help keep much of the internet free. It is also worth noting that opting out of advertising cookies will not mean you won’t see adverts, just simply that they won’t be tailored to you any longer.

If you are based in the United States and would like to learn more, please visit

6. Managing cookies

6.1. How to view cookies
Since cookies are ordinary text files, they can be browsed with most text editor or word processing programs. You can click on a cookie to open it. Below is a list of links how to view cookies in different browsers. If you use another browser, please consult that browsers’ own cookies information. If you use a mobile phone please see your handset manual for more information.



Internet Explorer 8-10

6.2. Disabling/enabling or deleting cookies
To restrict or block cookies you do that through the browser settings.

If you do not want websites to place cookies on your computer at all, you can adapt your browser settings as such that you will be notified before any cookie is placed. You can likewise adapt the settings as such so that your browser refuses all cookies, or only the third party cookies. Likewise, you can remove any of your cookies that have already been placed. Please note that you will have to separately adapt the settings for each browser and computer you use.

Please be aware that if you do not want cookies, we can no longer guarantee our website to function properly. Some functions of the site may be lost, while you may no longer be able to see certain websites. What’s more, refusing cookies will not mean you will no longer see any advertisements. It’s just that the advertisements will then no longer be tailored to your interests and will be repeated more often.

Each browser has a different method to adapt the settings. If necessary, consult your browser’s “help” function to make the correct settings.

To disable cookies on your mobile phone please see your handset manual for more information.

You can read more about cookies on this website:

7. Other/unforeseen cookies
Considering the way the Internet and websites work, we do not always have insight into the cookies that are being placed by third parties through our website. This particularly applies to cases where our webpage contains so-called embedded elements: texts, documents, pictures or short films that are stored at another party, but are shown on, in, or through our website.
Therefore, should you come across any such cookies on this website that we have not listed above, please let us know. Or directly contact the related third party and inquire about what cookies they place, their reason for doing so, the cookie’s life span, and how they have guaranteed your privacy.

8. Contact
We might have to adapt these statements from time to time, which may be due to changes in our website or regulations on cookies. We are allowed to change the contents of the statements and the cookies listed at all times and without prior warning. You can consult this webpage for the latest version.

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