When we refer to the categories of data processed in this
master data (e.g. names, addresses, dates of birth), contact data (e.g. e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, messenger services), content data (e.g. text entered, photos, videos, contents of documents/files), contractual data (e.g. object of the contract, terms, customer categories), payment data (e.g. bank details, payment history, use of other payment service providers), usage data (e.g. history on our website, use of specific content, access times, contact or order history), connection data (e.g. device information, IP addresses, URL referrer), location data (e.g. GPS data, IP geo-localisation, access points), diagnostic data (e.g. crash logs, performance data of the website/app, other technical data for the analysis of faults and errors).
Cookies are text files that are stored or read by a website on your end device. They contain combinations of letters and numbers which enable us to recognise the user and user settings when the user returns to the website which set the cookie; they also enable the user to stay logged in to a customer account and allow us to statistically analyse a certain user behaviour.
The WebStorage technology enables the local storage of variables and values in the user's browser cache. The technology includes so-called 'sessionStorage' which remains stored until the browser tab is closed as well as 'localStorage' which remains stored in the browser cache until the cache is emptied by the user. The localStorage technology enables, among other things, recognition of the user and user settings when the user comes back to our website.
Cookies/similar technologies can only be accessed from the Internet address where the cookie was set. This means that we cannot access the cookies set by the service providers involved. They cannot access our cookies either. Third parties cannot access our cookies or those of the involved service providers. Third parties may only gain access by technical attacks which we cannot control and for which we are not responsible.
Pixel tags are small graphic files which are loaded from the severs of the respective service provider when a user accesses our website. This also includes loading of the program code which enables the collection of data (e.g. regarding your user behaviour while visiting our website).
For general information on the cookies used, please refer to the sections and detailed views below ('Your cookie settings on this website').
In the settings for cookies and similar technologies on our website, you have the option to voluntarily consent to the use of technologies for analysis as well as for marketing individually or in general and revoke them at any time for the future.
If you do not wish to use certain technologies or cookies in general, you can also prevent them from being stored on your end device by setting the appropriate settings on your end device and/or internet browser.
You can select 'Do not accept cookies' in your Internet browser settings. The process for managing and deleting cookies in your Internet browser settings is detailed in the help menu of your Internet browser. You can also block all cookies using free Internet browser add-ons such as 'Adblock Plus' (adblockplus.org/de/) in combination with the 'EasyPrivacy' list (easylist.to) or 'Ghostery' (ghostery.com). Access to similar technologies such as WebStorage content or pixel tags cannot be excluded in every case.
Stored cookies can be deleted at any time in the system settings of your device and/or Internet browser.
Please note that the functionality and range of functions of our offer may be limited if you block cookies or similar technologies or do not give your consent to their use.