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Our website uses cookies and we would like to ask you to give us your consent to the use of these cookies where necessary.
The following explanations serve to inform you about the details:
Cookies are small browser-specific text files that are to be stored on your computer when you visit our website. Cookies have various functions, such as:

Saving login data such as username and password
Customisation of content for the website visitor
Saving user settings (language, themes, etc.)
Monitoring website traffic
Tracking a user on one website
Tracking of a user across different websites

Some of these cookies are absolutely necessary for the operation of our website, others are used to create statistics about the use of our websites or for marketing purposes. The aim of using these cookies is to optimise our websites and to reach as many customers as possible for our services.

We only set cookies that are not necessary for the operation of the website if you give us your consent to do so. Once you have given your consent, you can revoke it at any time (see below). In this case, all cookies covered by your previous consent will be automatically deleted.

Cookies can be stored only for one website visit (session cookies) or remain permanently on your computer until you delete them yourself using a corresponding function in the inner browser (permanent cookies).

Some of the cookies are set and used by us (first party cookies); others come from third-party providers (third party cookies) that we have commissioned for marketing and analysis purposes (e.g. Google Analytics). In the case of the latter, certain data of the website visitor - possibly also personal data such as the user's IP address and websites visited - is usually transmitted to the third-party provider.

It is possible that the data transferred to third party providers may also be processed in countries outside the UK where the level of data protection is lower than in the UK, either because the third party provider has its registered office there, or because it has a branch in the UK but the legal provisions of the third country (e.g. example of the USA) allow authorities in the third country to access this data without judicial control because it has its registered office there.

The specifications of the cookies we use can be found under "Details", where information is also provided about any reference to a third country described in the last paragraph, and in our Cookie Policy, where you can also obtain information about your current consent status and modify your previous decision to use cookies via the "Change your consent" link. You can also learn even more about who we are, how you can contact us, and how we process personal data in our Privacy Policy

If you would like to contact us directly about this issue, please include your consent ID and date in your message. 

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