Cookie policy

Information on the use of cookies on this website

Published on 05/18/2018, updated on 03/17/2019

This website uses optional cookies.
Before cookies are created, we inform you about this and you have to explicitly agree to it.

Cookies are data that are stored on your computer and are sent to the website that created them each time a page is called up until the respective expiry date. They are usually used to recognise a user, for example to create a persistent state (such as creating the illusion of a "login"), to save settings or simply to record user behaviour.

The following cookies are used by this website:

  • commentName:
    This is a cookie for the comment area that stores the "Name" setting.
    In order for the cookie to be created by the site, you must explicitly agree to this storage.
    It is valid for one year from the last comment.
  • commentEmail:
    This cookie also applies to the comment area and saves the e-mail address, if specified.
    It is created - if possible - together with the cookie "commentName" and is therefore also linked to the explicit consent of the user.
    It also has a validity of one year from the last comment.
  • gravatar:
    This cookie indicates - if it exists - that the user agrees to the data comparison with the service "Gravatar" of the company Automattic for each following comment in the comment area.
    This consent can be revoked at any time via e-mail.
    Like the other cookies in the comment area, it is valid for one year from the last comment.
  • theme:
    If a page design has been selected, it will be stored in this optional cookie. It is valid for one year.
  • stok:
    This is a cookie that represents a login session for the administration area. It is valid for one year from the last page view. Since users usually do not have any login data for the administration area, no regular user should be affected by this cookie. This cookie is created implicitly as soon as a successful login has taken place.

The use of the site without cookies is intended as a regular case and should therefore be possible without problems.


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