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PRIVACY POLICY

We wrote this privacy policy (version 01.01.1970-121315431) to explain you what information we collect, how we use the data and which choices you have as a visitor to this website according to the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.

It’s in the nature of things that these explanations sound very technical. However, we made an effort to describe the most important things as simply and clearly as possible.

 

Automatic data retention

Nowadays, when you visit websites, certain information is automatically created and saved, also on this website.

When you visit our website, as you are doing it right now, our web server (computer on which this website is stored) automatically saves data such as

  • address (URL) of the visited site
  • browser and browser version
  • used operating system
  • address (URL) of the previously visited site (referrer URL)
  • host name and the IP address of the device the website is accessed from
  • date and time

in the files (web server log files).

Generally, web server log files are saved for two weeks and then automatically deleted. We do not pass your data to others, but we cannot rule out that the data will be examined in case of illegal conduct.

 

Cookies

Our website uses HTTP cookies to safe user-specific data.

In the following, we explain what cookies are and why they are used so that you understand the following Privacy Policy statement better.

 

What exactly are cookies?

Every time you surf the Internet, you use a browser. Common browsers are, for instance, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge. Most websites store small text files in your browser. These files are called cookies.

One thing that cannot be denied is that cookies are very useful little helpers. Almost all websites use cookies. Actually, these are HTTP cookies, as there are also different cookies for other applications. HTTP cookies are small files our website stores on your computer. These cookie files are automatically placed in the cookie folder, or let’s say, the 'brain' of your browser. A cookie consists of a name and a value. In addition, one or several attributes must be specified to define a cookie.

Cookies store specific user data, such as language or personal page settings. When you access our website again, your browser returns this 'user specific' information to our website. Thanks to the cookies, our website knows who you are and offers you the settings you are used to. In some browsers every cookie has its own file, in others such as Firefox, all cookies are stored in just one file.

There are first-party cookies as well as third-party cookies. First-party cookies are created directly by our site, third-party cookies by partner websites (for instance Google Analytics). Every cookie must be evaluated individually, as every cookie stores different data. Also the expiration time of a cookie varies from a few minutes up to a few years. Cookies are no software-programs and contain no viruses, Trojans or other malware. Cookies also cannot access information on your PC.

This is how a cookie file can look like:

Name: _ga

Value: GA1.2.1326744211.152111251721-9

Purpose: distinguish between website visitors

Expiration date: after 2 years

A browser should be able to support these minimum sizes:

  • minimum 4096 bytes per cookie
  • minimum 50 cookies per domain
  • minimum 3000 cookies altogether

 

What types of cookies exist?

The type of cookies we use in particular depends on the used services and is explained in the following sections of the Privacy Policy statement. Here we just want to briefly explain the different types of HTTP-cookies.

There are four types of cookies:

Essential cookies

These cookies are necessary to ensure the basic functions of the website, for example, when a user puts a product into the shopping cart, continues surfing on other websites and only later goes to the checkout. Even when the user closes the browser window, these cookies ensure that the shopping cart is not deleted.

Appropriate Cookies

These cookies collect information about the user behaviour and if the user receives any error messages. They also help to measure the loading time and behaviour of the website at different browsers.

Target-oriented cookies

These cookies ensure a better user-friendliness, by storing information like entered locations, font sizes or form data.

Advertising cookies

These cookies are also called targeting cookies. Their purpose is to offer the user customised advertisements. This can be very practical, but also quite annoying.

The first time users visit a website, they are usually asked which of these types of cookies they accept. Also this decision is, of course, stored in a cookie.

Update cookie settings

Here you can change your cookie settings. As a result, all cookies are deleted. Note that you will be logged off and might lose products stored in the shopping cart or on the wish list as well as all other cookie-dependent settings.

How can I delete cookies?

It is your decision whether and how you want to use cookies. You can always delete, deactivate or only partially allow cookies irrespective of the service or website the cookies are from and also block cookies of third parties while allowing all other cookies.

Check your browser to see which cookies were stored in it when changing or deleting cookie settings:

Chrome: Delete, activate and manage cookies in Chrome

Safari: Manage cookies and website data in Safari

Firefox: Delete cookies to remove data which websites stored on your computer

Internet Explorer: Delete and manage cookies

Microsoft Edge: Delete and manage cookies

If you generally do not want any cookies at all, you can set up your browser so that you are notified whenever a cookie is about to be set. That way, you can decide to either permit or refuse every single cookie. There is a specific procedure for every browser. The best thing to do is to search for the instructions in Google with the search string 'delete cookies Chrome' or 'deactivate cookies Chrome' in case you use a Chrome browser.

 

What about data protection?

Since 2009, there has been the so-called 'cookie policy'. It specifies that the storage of cookies requires your consent. EU countries, however, reacted quite differently to these directives. In Austria it was implemented in § 96 section 3 of the Telecommunications Act (TKG).

If you want to know more about cookies and are not afraid of reading technical documentation, we recommend https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc6265, the Request for Comments of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) called 'HTTP State Management Mechanism'.

 

Storage of personal data

Personal data which you electronically send us on this website, such as your name, e-mail address, home address or other personal information given in a form or via any comments in the blog, are only used for the specific purpose, stored safely together with the respective submission time and IP address and are not passed on to third parties.

This means that we use personal data for the communication with those users only who expressly requested being contacted, and to realise services and products offered on this website. We do not share your personal data without your approval, but we cannot exclude the possibility that the data will be examined in case of illegal conduct.

If you send us personal data by e-mail – hence outside this website – we cannot guarantee a safe transmission or protection of your data. We recommend you to never send confidential data by uncoded e-mail.

 

Rights according to the General Data Protection Regulation

You generally enjoy the following rights according to the provisions of the GDPR and the Austrian Data Protection Act (DSG):

  • Right to rectification (GDPR, Article 16)
  • Right to erasure (‘Right to be forgotten’) (GDPR, Article 17)
  • Right to restriction of processing (GDPR, Article 18)
  • Right to notification – Notification obligation regarding rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing (GDPR, Article 19)
  • Right to data portability (GDPR, Article 20)
  • Right to object (GDPR, Article 21)
  • Right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling (GDPR, Article 22)

If you think that the processing of your data violates data protection law, or that your data protection rights were infringed in any way, you can complain to the regulatory authority, which for Austria is the data protection authority (https://www.data-protection-authority.gv.at/).

 

Analysis of the visitor behaviour

We inform you if and how we analyse data of your visit to this website in the following Privacy Policy. The analysis of the gathered data is generally anonymous, and we cannot conclude who you are from your behaviour on this website.

Find out more about the possibility to disagree with the analysis of visitor data in the Privacy Policy below.

 

TLS encryption with https

We use https to securely transfer data on the Internet (privacy requirements through technology design, Article 25 Section 1 GDPR). With the use of TLS (Transport Layer Security), which is an encryption protocol for safe data transfer on the Internet, we can ensure the protection of confidential data. You can recognise the use of a secure data transfer by the little lock symbol in the browser’s upper left corner as well as by the https scheme (instead of http) as a part of our Internet address.

 

Google Maps Privacy Policy

We use Google Maps from the company Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA) on our website. Google Maps enables us to show you locations better and therefore to adjust our service to your needs. Data is transferred to Google and stored on its servers when using Google Maps. The following section provides detailed information on what Google Maps is, why we use this Google service, what data is stored and how you can prevent data storage.

 

What is Google Maps?

Google Maps is an Internet maps service of the company Google Inc. With Google Maps you can search online for precise locations of cities, sights, accommodations or businesses on a PC, a tablet or an app. If businesses are represented on Google My Business, the location as well as other information about the company is shown. In order to show route directions, map sections of a location can be integrated on a website through a HTML code. Google Maps shows the surface of the earth as a road map, or as air and satellite images. Due to street view images and high-quality satellite images, highly precise representations are possible.

 

Why do we use Google Maps on our website?

All efforts we make on this page have the objective of offering you useful and meaningful time on our website. Through the integration of Google Maps, we can offer you the most important information on various locations. You can find our company address at a glance. The route directions always show you the best or fastest way to us. You can obtain route directions for travelling by car, by public transport, on foot or by bike. Offering you Google Maps is part of our customer service.

 

What data is stored by Google Maps?

Google Maps has to collect and store your data in order to offer a full service, including entered search terms, your IP address and also longitude and latitude coordinates, only to mention a few. When you use the route planner function, also the inserted start address is stored. This data, however, is stored on Google Maps websites. We can only inform you about that, but cannot influence it. Since we integrated Google Maps on our website, Google places at least one cookie (Name: NID) in your browser. This cookie stores data on your user behaviour. Google uses this data mainly to optimise its own services and to offer you individual and personalised advertisements.

The following cookie is placed in your browser because of the integration of Google Maps:

Name: NID

Value: 188=h26c1Ktha7fCQTx8rXgLyATyITJ111251721-5

Purpose: Google uses NID to adapt advertisements to your Google searches. With this cookie, Google remembers your most frequently search queries or your interaction with ads in the past, so that you always receive customised advertisements. The cookie contains a unique ID which Google uses to collect your personal settings for advertising purposes.

Expiration date: after 6 months

Note: We cannot guarantee the completeness of the information on saved data. Especially concerning the use of cookies, changes cannot be excluded. To identify the cookie NID, a special test page only with Google Maps was created.

 

How long and where is the data stored?

There are Google servers in data centres all over the world. Most servers, however, are in the USA. This is why your data is mostly stored in the USA. Read in detail where the Google servers are located at https://www.google.com/about/datacenters/inside/locations/?hl=en

Google distributes data among different data carriers. This makes it possible to retrieve the data faster and to better protect it from potential manipulation attempts. Every data centre has special emergency programs. If, for example, a problem with the Google hardware should occur or if a natural disaster paralyses the servers, the data will quite certainly still be protected.

Google saves some data for a certain period. With some other data, Google only offers the possibility to delete it manually. On top of that, the company anonymises information (as, for instance, advertising data) in server logs by deleting a part of the IP address and the cookie information after nine or eighteen months.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

With the automatic delete function for location and activity data, introduced in 2019, information on location determination and web/app activity is saved for either three or eighteen months, depending on your decision, and is then deleted. In addition, this data can always be deleted manually from the browser history with the Google account. If you want to fully prevent the determination of your location, you must interrupt the 'Web and App activity' in your Google account. Click on 'Data and personalisation' and then on the option 'Activity controls'. Here you can switch the activities on or off.

In your browser you can also deactivate, delete or manage individual cookies. This works differently depending on what browser you use. The following instructions explain how to manage cookies in your browser:

Chrome: Delete, activate and manage cookies in Chrome

Safari: Manage cookies and website data in Safari

Firefox: Delete cookies to remove data which websites stored on your computer

Internet Explorer: Delete and manage cookies

Microsoft Edge: Delete and manage cookies


If you generally do not want to have any cookies, you can set your browser in a way that you are informed whenever a cookie is about to be set. That way, you can decide to either permit or refuse every single cookie.

Google is an active participant of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework which regulates the correct and secure transfer of personal data. Find more information at https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt000000001L5AAI. If you want to know more about data processing by Google, we recommend the Google privacy policy at https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en.

 

Google Fonts Privacy Policy

We use Google Fonts from the company Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA) on our website.

To use Google Fonts, you do not have to log in or set up a password. Also no cookies will be saved in your browser. The files (CSS, Fonts) are requested through the Google domains fonts.googleapis.com and fonts.gstatic.com. According to Google, requests for CSS and fonts are completely separated from all other Google services. If you have a Google account, you don’t need to worry that your Google account data is transmitted to Google while using Google Fonts. Google collects the use of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and the used fonts and stores the data securely. We will have a closer look at how exactly data storage works in a different section.

 

What are Google Fonts?

Google Fonts (formerly Google Web Fonts) is a list of more than 800 fonts by Google LLC which can be used for free.

Many of these fonts were published under the SIL Open Font License, while others were published under the Apache license. Both are free software licenses.

 

Why do we use Google Fonts on our website?

Google Fonts enables us to use different fonts on our website without uploading them to our own server. Google Fonts is an important component to keep the quality of our website high. All Google Fonts are automatically optimised for the web, saving data volume and offering a big advantage especially when using it on mobile terminal devices. When you visit our website, the low data size ensures fast loading times. In addition, Google Fonts are secure web fonts. Different image synthesis systems (rendering) in different browsers, operating systems and mobile terminal devices can cause errors which can optically distort texts or entire websites. Thanks to the fast Content Delivery Network (CDN), there are no cross-platform problems with Google Fonts. Google Fonts supports all common browsers (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, Opera), and works reliably on most modern mobile operating systems, including Android 2.2+ and iOS 4.2+ (iPhone, iPad, iPod). Therefore, we use Google Fonts to show our entire online service as nicely and as uniformly as possible.

 

What data is saved by Google?

When you visit our website, a Google server reloads the fonts. With the external selection, data is transferred to Google servers. This is how Google recognises that you or your IP address visited our website. The Google Fonts API was developed to reduce the use, storage and collection of end user data to the minimum necessary while still being able to provide fonts properly. API, by the way, stands for Application Programming Interface and serves, among others, to transfer software data.

Google Fonts stores CSS and font requests safely with Google, and are therefore protected. Based on the collected usage figures, Google can find out how popular the individual fonts are and publishes the results on internal analysis pages such as Google Analytics. In addition, Google also uses data of its own web crawler to determine which websites use Google Fonts and publishes the data in its BigQuery database. BigQuery, a Google web service, is used by entrepreneurs and developers to examine and move big data volumes.

Please note, however, that every Google Fonts request automatically transfers information such as language settings, IP address, browser version as well as the screen resolution and name of the browser to Google servers. Whether this data is also stored, cannot be clearly ascertained, as Google has not clearly communicated it.

 

How long and where is the data stored?

Google saves CSS asset requests for one day on its servers, most of which are outside of the EU. This makes it possible for us to use the fonts with the Google style sheet, which is also applied to easily and rapidly change the design or fonts of a website.

Google stores font files for one year to improve the loading time of websites. If millions of websites refer to the same fonts, they are cached after the first visit and immediately reappear on all other websites that are visited thereafter. Sometimes Google updates font files to reduce data sizes, increase the language coverage or to offer a better design.

 

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

The data which Google stores for one day or one year cannot be deleted just like that. It is automatically transmitted to Google as soon as you open a page. In order to delete the data ahead of time, you have to contact Google support at https://support.google.com/?hl=en-GB&tid=111691114. Actually in this case, the only way to prevent data storage is by not visiting our website.

Unlike other web fonts, Google permits unrestricted access to all fonts. This is how we can access a sea of font types to get the most out of our website. Find out more about Google Fonts and more answers at https://developers.google.com/fonts/faq?tid=111251721, which does explain data protection, but actually does not offer detailed information on data storage. In fact, it is quite difficult to get precise information from Google on stored data.

What data is generally collected by Google and what this data is used for, you can read at https://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/.

 

Google Fonts Local Privacy Policy

We use Google Fonts from the company Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA) on our website and integrated it locally on our own web server and not on Google servers. So there is no connection to Google servers, data transfer or storage.

 

What are Google Fonts?

Google Fonts used to be called Google Web Fonts. It is an interactive list with more than 800 fonts which Google LLC offers for free. Google Fonts makes it possible to use fonts without uploading them to one’s own server. In order to make sure that we comply with data privacy and that no information is transferred to Google servers or Google Fonts, we downloaded the fonts to our own server.

Unlike other web fonts, Google offers unrestricted access to all its fonts. This is how we can access a sea of font types to get the most out of our website. Find out more about Google Fonts and more answers at https://developers.google.com/fonts/faq?tid=111251721.

 

Google Analytics Privacy Policy

On our website we use the analysis tracking tool Google Analytics (GA) from the US company Google LLC (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA). Google Analytics collects data on your activities on our website. When you click on a link, it is stored in a cookie and sent to Google Analytics. We receive reports from Google Analytics that help us adapt our website and services better to your wishes. Read about the tracking tool in the detailed description below with information especially on what data is saved and what you can do to prevent this.

 

What is Google Analytics?

Google Analytics is a tracking tool to analyse the data traffic on our website. It works by installing a tracking code in the code of our website. When you visit our website, this code records various actions you carry out on our website. As soon as you leave our website, this data is sent to the Google Analytics server, where it is stored.

Google processes the data and we get reports on your user behaviour. These reports can be:

  • Target group reports: These help us to get to know our users better and really understand who is interested in our service.
  • Advertising reports: To analyse our online advertisement better and improve it.
  • Acquisition reports: They give us helpful information on how we can impress more people with our service.
  • Behaviour reports: Here we can find out how you interact with and what path you go on our website and also which links you click.
  • Conversion reports: Conversion means that you don’t just visit the website, but also buy something or subscribe to the newsletter. Hence, we use a marketing message so that you carry out a desired action. Conversion reports show us, if our marketing measures are successful with you to increase our conversion rate.
  • Real time reports: These provide us with real-time information on what happens on our website, for example, how many users are now reading this text.

 

Why do we use Google Analytics on our website?

With our website we clearly want to offer you the best service. To do so, we use Google Analytics statistics and data.

Statistically evaluated data gives us a clear picture of the strengths and weaknesses of our website. On the one hand, we can optimise our website in a way that interested people can find it easier on Google. On the other hand, the data helps us to understand you better as our visitor. Hence, we know precisely what needs to be improved on our website to offer you the best service. The data also helps us to have more individual and cost-effective advertisement and marketing measures, as it only makes sense to show our products and services to people who are actually interested in them.

What data is stored by Google Analytics?

With help of a tracking code, Google Analytics creates a random, distinct ID which is connected to your browser cookie, which identifies you as a new user by Google Analytics. The next time you visit our site, you are recognised as a 'recurring' user. All data gathered is saved together with the user ID. That way it is possible to analyse pseudonymous user profiles.

Your interactions on our website are measured by tags like cookies and app instance IDs. Interactions are all types of actions which you make on our website. If you also use other Google systems (like a Google Account), data generated by Google Analytics can be linked to third-party cookies. Google does not pass on any Google Analytics data, unless we as the website owners authorise it. Exceptions can occur if required by law.

The following cookies are used by Google Analytics:

Name: _ga

Value:2.1326744211.152111251721-5

Purpose: As a standard, analytics.js uses the cookie _ga to save the user ID. Generally, it serves to distinguish between website visitors.

Expiration date: after 2 years

Name: _gid

Value:2.1687193234.152111251721-1

Purpose: The cookie also serves to distinguish between website visitors.

Expiration date: after 24 hours

Name: _gat_gtag_UA_

Value: 1

Purpose: Decrease the demand rate. If Google Analytics is provided by the Google Tag Manager, this cookie is named _dc_gtm_ .

Expiration date: after 1 minute

Name: AMP_TOKEN

Value: no information

Purpose: The cookie has a token which can be used to retrieve a user ID from the AMP Client ID Service. Other possible values indicate a logoff, a request or an error.

Expiration date: after 30 seconds up to one year

Name: __utma

Value:1564498958.1564498958.1564498958.1

Purpose: With this cookie your behaviour on the website can be tracked and the performance measured. It is updated every time the information is transmitted to Google Analytics.

Expiration date: after 2 years

Name: __utmt

Value: 1

Purpose: Just like _gat_gtag_UA_, this cookie is used to restrict the requirement rate.

Expiration date: after 10 minutes

Name: __utmb

Value:3.10.1564498958

Purpose: This cookie is used to determine new sessions. It is updated whenever new data or information is sent to Google Analytics.

Expiration date: after 30 minutes

Name: __utmc

Value: 167421564

Purpose: This cookie is used to determine new sessions for recurring visitors. This is a session cookie which is stored only until you close the browser again.

Expiration date: after closing the browser

Name: __utmz

Value: m|utmccn=(referral)|utmcmd=referral|utmcct=/

Purpose: This cookie is used to identify the source of the number of visitors on our website. This means that the cookie saves information on where you were before accessing our website. This can be another site or an advertisement.

Expiration date: after 6 months

Name: __utmv

Value: no information

Purpose: This cookie is used to save user-defined data. It is updated whenever information is sent to Google Analytics.

Expiration date: after 2 years

Note: This list is by no means exhaustive, since Google constantly changes the selection of its cookies.

Find here an overview of the most important data that can be evaluated by Google Analytics:

Heatmaps: Google creates so-called heatmaps that show exactly where you click, so that we know which areas of our website you use.

Session duration: Google calls the time you spend on our website without leaving it 'session duration'. As soon as you are inactive for 20 minutes, the session ends automatically.

Bounce rate: A bounce happens when you only look at one page of our website and then leave it again.

Account creation: When you create an account or make an order on our website, Google Analytics collects this data.

IP address: The IP address is only depicted in summary form to prevent a clear assignment.

Location: With the IP address, the country and your approximate location can be defined, a process also called IP location determination.

Technical information: Technical information is, for instance, your browser type, your Internet provider or your screen resolution.

Source: Google Analytics is obviously interested in what website or what advertisement brought you to our site, so are we.

Further data is contact data, potential reviews, media (for example, when playing a video on our site), sharing content on social media or adding our site to your favourites. This list is not exhaustive and only serves as general orientation for data retention by Google Analytics.



How long and where is the data stored?

There are Google servers all over the world. Most servers, however, are in the US. For this reason, your data is mostly stored on American servers. Here you can read in detail where the Google data centres are located: https://www.google.com/about/datacenters/inside/locations/?hl=en

Your data is distributed among various physical storage media. This has the advantage that the data can be obtained faster and be better protected from manipulation. Every Google data centre has its own emergency program for your data. In case of a Google hardware failure or if a natural disaster paralyses the servers, the risk of a service interruption at Google is still quite low.

As a standard, Google Analytics has a 26 months period of retaining user data. After that period, your user data is deleted. We can, however, select the retention period of user data among these five:

• Deletion after 14 months
• Deletion after 26 months
• Deletion after 38 months
• Deletion after 50 months
• No automatic deletion

As soon as the selected period has expired, the data is deleted every month. This retention period applies to data linked to cookies, user identification and advertisement IDs (like cookies of the double-click Domain). Report results are based on aggregated data and stored independently of user data. Aggregated data is the assembly of individual data to form a bigger unit.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

Under the provisions of the European Union’s data protection law, you have the right to get information on your data and to update, delete or restrict it. You can prevent that Google Analytics uses your data with a browser add-on. This add-on deactivates Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js, analytics.js, dc.js). It can be downloaded and installed at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en-GB. Please note that this add-on only deactivates data collection by Google Analytics.

If you generally want to deactivate, delete or manage cookies (independently of Google Analytics), there is a guide for each browser:

Chrome: Clear, enable and manage cookies in Chrome

Safari: Manage cookies and website data in Safari

Firefox: Clear cookies and site data in Firefox

Internet Explorer: Delete and manage cookies

Microsoft Edge: Delete cookies in Microsoft Edge

Google Analytics is an active participant of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework which regulates the correct and secure transfer of personal data. Find more information
at https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt000000001L5AAI&tid=111251721. We hope we were able to familiarize you with the most important information on data processing by Google Analytics. If you want to know more about tracking services, we recommend these two links: https://marketingplatform.google.com/about/analytics/terms/gb/ and https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en.

Google Analytics IP Anonymisation

We integrated the Google Analytics IP address anonymisation on this website. Google developed this function for websites to comply with valid privacy laws and recommendations of local data protection authorities, should they forbid the storage of entire IP addresses. The anonymisation or masking of the IP address takes place, as soon it reaches the Google Analytics data collection network and before the data is stored or processed.

Find more information on IP anonymisation at https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2763052?hl=en.

Google Analytics reports on demographic characteristics and interests
We activated the advertising report functions in Google Analytics. These reports on demographic characteristics and interests include details about age, gender and interests. They help us to get a better picture of our users without being able to assign the data to individual persons. Find out more about advertising functions at https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/3450482?hl=en&amp%3Butm_id=ad.
You can end your Google Account activities and information under 'Ads Settings' at https://adssettings.google.com/authenticated with a checkbox.

Google Analytics deactivation link
By clicking on the following deactivation link, you can prevent Google from tracking further visits to the website. Caution: Deleting cookies, using the incognito/private mode of your browser or using another browser means that data is being collected again.

Deactivate Google Analytics

Google Analytics Data Processing Amendment

We concluded a direct customer contract with Google concerning the use of Google Analytics by accepting the ‘Data Processing Amendment’ of Google Analytics.

Find more information about the Data Processing Amendment of Google Analytics here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/3379636?hl


Privacy Policy of Google Signals in Google Analytics

We activated Google Signals in Google Analytics. This way, Google Analytics functions (advertising reports, remarketing, cross-device reports and reports on interests and demographic characteristics) are updated in order to get summarized and anonymised data from you, if you have permitted personalised ads in your Google Account.

What distinguishes Google Signals is that it allows cross-device tracking. This means your data can be analysed across devices. Through the activation of Google Signals, data is collected and linked to the Google account. This way, Google can recognise, for example, when you look at a product on our website on a smartphone and only later buy the product on a laptop. With the activation of Google Signals, we can start cross-device remarketing campaigns, which otherwise would not be possible. Remarketing means that we can show you our offer also on other websites.

Google Analytics also collects visitor data such as location, search history, YouTube history and data on your actions on our website. This way, we receive better advertising reports and more useful information on your interests and demographic characteristics such as age, language, place of living or gender. The information also includes social criteria such as your profession, marital status or income. With all these characteristics, Google Analytics defines groups of people or target groups.

The reports also help us to better evaluate your behaviour, your wishes and interests. This way, we can optimise and adapt our services and products for you. As a standard, the data expires after 26 months. Please note that this data is only collected if you admitted personalised advertisement in your Google Account. It is always summarised and anonymous data, and never data on individual persons. You can manage or delete this data in your Google Account.

Facebook Pixel Privacy Policy

On our website we use the Facebook pixel, for which we implemented a code on our website. The Facebook pixel is a segment of a JavaScript code which loads a set of functions that enable Facebook to track your activities as a user, should you have reached our website through Facebook ads. If you, for example, buy a product on our website, the Facebook pixel is triggered and then saves your actions on our website in one or more cookies. These cookies permit Facebook to align your user data (customer data such as IP address, user ID) with the data of your Facebook account. Then, Facebook deletes your data again. For us, the collected data is anonymous and inaccessible. We can only use it to place ads. As a logged-in Facebook user, your visit to our website is automatically assigned to your Facebook user account.

We want to show our products and services only to persons who are actually interested in them. With help of the Facebook pixel, our advertising measures can be adapted better to your wishes and interests. This way, Facebook users (if they allowed personalised advertisement) get to see the appropriate ads. In addition, Facebook uses the collected data for analyses and its own advertisements.

In the following section, we will show you the cookies which were set on a test page by integrating the Facebook pixel. Please note that these cookies are just examples. Depending on the interaction on our website, different cookies are set.

Name: _fbp

Value: fb.1.1568287647279.257405483-6111251721-7

Purpose: Facebook uses this cookie to show advertisement products.

Expiration date: after 3 months

Name: fr

Value: 0aPf312HOS5Pboo2r..Bdeiuf…1.0.Bdeiuf.

Purpose: This cookie is used so that the Facebook pixel works properly.

Expiration date: after 3 months

Name: comment_author_50ae8267e2bdf1253ec1a5769f48e062111251721-3

Value: Name of the author

Purpose: This cookie saves the text and name of a user who, for example, leaves a comment.

Expiration date: after 12 months

Name: comment_author_url_50ae8267e2bdf1253ec1a5769f48e062

Value: https%3A%2F%2Fwww.testseite…%2F (URL of the author)

Purpose: This cookie saves the URL of the website that the user enters into a text box on our website.

Expiration date: after 12 months

Name: comment_author_email_50ae8267e2bdf1253ec1a5769f48e062

Value: e-mail address of the author

Purpose: This cookie saves the e-mail address of the user, if provided on the website.

Expiration date: after 12 months

Note: The above-mentioned cookies refer to individual user behaviour. Changes at Facebook can never be ruled out, especially when using cookies.

If you are registered at Facebook, you can change the advertising settings at https://www.facebook.com/ads/preferences/?entry_product=ad_settings_screen. If you are not a Facebook user, you can manage your user-based online ads at https://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices. There you have the option to deactivate or activate any providers.

If you want to know more about the Facebook data protection, we recommend the company’s own data policy at https://www.facebook.com/policy.php.

Facebook Automatic Advanced Matching Privacy Policy

We also activated Automatic Advanced Matching in line with the Facebook pixel function, so that we can send hashed e-mails, the name, gender, city, state, postcode, date of birth and telephone number as additional information to Facebook, if provided. This activation enables us to adapt advertising campaigns on Facebook even better to those who are interested in our services or products.

Google Tag Manager Privacy Policy

We use the Google Tag Manager from the company Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043, USA) for our website, which is one of many helpful Google marketing products and used to centrally integrate and manage code sections of various tracking tools we use on our website.

In this privacy statement, we want to explain in more detail what the Google Tag Manager does, why we use it and how your data is processed.

What is the Google Tag Manager?

The Google Tag Manager is an organisation tool we use to integrate and manage website tags centrally and by means of a user interface. Tags are little code sections which track, for instance, your activities on our website. For that, JavaScript code segments are inserted in the source text of our site. The tags often come from Google products, such as Google Ads or Google Analytics. However, tags from other companies can also be integrated and managed with the Google Tag Manager. Such tags have different tasks: they can collect browser data, feed marketing tools with data, embed buttons, place cookies or track users across several websites.

Why do we use the Google Tag Manager for our website?

Everybody knows: organisation is half the battle! This, of course, also applies to keeping our website updated. In order to optimally design our website for you and everyone interested in our products and services, we need diverse tracking tools, such as Google Analytics. The data collected by these tools shows us what interests you most, which of our services we can improve and who else we should show our offer. Tracking only works with the right JavaScript Codes on our website. We could install every code section of the individual tracking tools separately in our source text, but this would take a lot of time and we would lose track. This is why we use the Google Tag Manager, easily installing the necessary scripts and managing them from one place. On top of that, the Google Tag Manager has a user interface that is easy to operate and requires no programming skills. As a result, we can easily keep order in our jungle of tags.

What data is saved by the Google Tag Manager?

The Tag Manager as such is a domain that neither sets cookies nor stores data, but rather acts as an 'administrator' of implemented tags. The data is actually collected by the individual tags of the different web analysis tools, and then guided through to the individual tracking tools in the Google Tag Manager without being stored.

But when it comes to the integrated tags of various web analysis tools, such as Google Analytics, it is a totally different story. Depending on the tool, different types of data on the web behaviour is collected, stored and processed with the help of cookies. Find more information in our data protection texts on individual analysis and tracking tools on our website.

In the Tag Manager account settings we allowed Google to receive anonymised data from us. This, however, only refers to the use of our Tag Manager and not to your data that is saved via code sections. We enable Google and others to receive selected anonymous data, so we agree to the anonymised transfer of our website data. We could not find out what kind of summarised and anonymous data is exactly transmitted even after long research. Google definitely deletes all information that would identify our website. Google summarises the data together with hundreds of other anonymous website data and creates user trends along with benchmarking measures. Benchmarking is the comparison of one’s own results with those of competitors. Based on the collected information, processes can be optimised.

How long and where is the data stored?

When Google stores data, this is done on Google servers located all over the world, mostly in the US. At https://www.google.com/about/datacenters/inside/locations/?hl=en you can read in detail where Google servers are.

How long the respective tracking tools save your data is explained in our individual data protection texts on the different tools.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

The Google Tag Manager as such does not set any cookies, but it administers tags of different tracking websites. Find detailed information on how you can delete or manage your data in our data protection texts on the different tracking tools.

Google is an active participant of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework which regulates the correct and secure transfer of personal data. Find more information at https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt000000001L5AAI&tid=111251721. If you want to know more about the Google Tag Manager, we recommend the FAQs at https://support.google.com/tagmanager/?hl=en#topic=3441530.

Hotjar Privacy Policy

We use Hotjar from the company Hotjar Limited (Level 2, St Julian’s Business Centre, 3, Elia Zammit Street, St Julian’s STJ 1000, Malta) on our website to statistically evaluate visitor data. Hotjar is a service that analyses the behaviour of and feedback from you as a user of our website by combining analysis and feedback tools. We receive reports as well as visualisations from Hotjar, which show us where and how you move on our site. Personal data is automatically anonymised and never reaches the Hotjar servers. This means that website users cannot be personally identified, while we still get to know a lot about user behaviour.

What is Hotjar?

As mentioned before, Hotjar helps us analyse the behaviour of our site visitors. Hotjar offers tools such as Heatmaps, conversion funnels, visitor recording, incoming feedback, feedback polls and surveys (access https://www.hotjar.com/ for more information). This is how Hotjar helps us to offer you a better user experience and service. On the one hand, it offers a good analysis of online behaviour, on the other hand, it provides us with a good feedback on the quality of our website. On top of the analytical aspects and another reason for us to use the feedback tool, is that we want to know what you think of our website.

Why do we use Hotjar on our website?

In the last years, the significance of the user experience of websites has grown considerably. For a good reason - a website should be structured in a way that you as a visitor feel well and find your way. Thanks to the Hotjar analysis and feedback tools, we can make our website and our offer more attractive. The Hotjar Heatmaps have proven particularly valuable. Heatmaps visualise data and show us precisely, for instance, what you like to click on and where you scroll to.

What data is saved by Hotjar?

While you surf our website, Hotjar automatically collects information on your user behaviour. In order to collect this information, we installed a tracking code on our website especially for that. The following data can be gathered through your computer or your browser:
• IP address of your computer (anonymously collected and saved)
• Screen size
• Browser information (kind of browser and version, etc.)
• Your location (but only the country)
• Preferred language settings
• Visited websites (subpages)
• Date and time of access to one of our subpages (websites)

In addition, cookies also save data that was placed on your computer (mostly your browser), without collecting personal data. Generally, Hotjar does not pass collected data to third parties. Hotjar, however, underlines that it is sometimes necessary to share data with Amazon Web Services. In this case, some of your information is saved on its servers. Amazon, however, is bound by confidentiality obligation not to reveal this data.

Only a limited number of people (Hotjar employees) have access to the stored information. Hotjar servers are protected by firewalls and IP restrictions (only authorised IP addresses have access). Firewalls are security systems that protect computers from unauthorised network access. They serve as a barrier between the safe internal network of Hotjar and the Internet. Furthermore, Hotjar also uses third-party companies for its services, such as Google Analytics or Optimizely. These companies can also save information that your browser sends to our website.

Hotjar uses the following cookies. Since we refer to the cookie list from the Hotjar privacy policy at https://www.hotjar.com/legal/policies/cookie-information, not every cookie has a sample value. The list shows examples of used Hotjar cookies and does not claim to be exhaustive.
Name: ajs_anonymous_id
Value: %2258832463-7cee-48ee-b346-a195f18b06c3%22111251721-5
Purpose: This cookie is generally used for analysis purposes and helps to count the visitors to our website by tracking whether they have been there before.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: ajs_group_id
Value: 0
Purpose: This cookie collects data on user behaviour. Based on similarities between website visitors, the data can then be attributed to a specific group of visitors.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _hjid
Value: 699ffb1c-4bfb-483f-bde1-22cfa0b59c6c
Purpose: This cookie is used to keep a Hotjar user ID, which is unique for the website in the browser. Therefore, the user behaviour can be assigned to the same user ID at the next visits.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _hjMinimizedPolls
Value: 462568111251721-8
Purpose: Every time you minimise a feedback poll widget, Hotjar sets this cookie which ensures that the widget stays minimised when you surf our sites.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _hjIncludedInSample
Value: 1
Purpose: This session cookie is set to inform Hotjar if you are part of the selected persons (sample) used for the creation of funnels.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _hjClosedSurveyInvites
Purpose: This cookie is set when you see an invitation to a feedback poll in a popup window. It is used to ensure that this invitation appears only once.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _hjDonePolls
Purpose: This cookie is set in your browser as soon as you finish a feedback round of questions with the so-called feedback poll widget. This is how Hotjar prevents that in the future you receive the same polls again.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _hjDoneTestersWidgets
Purpose: This cookie is used as soon as you enter your data in the 'recruit user tester widget', used to engage you as a tester. The cookie should ensure that the form does not keep recurring.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _hjMinimizedTestersWidgets
Purpose: This cookie is set to keep the 'recruit user tester widget' minimised across all our pages as soon as you minimise it once.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _hjShownFeedbackMessage
Purpose: This cookie is set if you minimise or add something to the feedback, so that the feedback is immediately loaded in minimised form when you navigate to another page, on which it should be displayed.
Expiration date: after 1 year

How long and where is the data stored?

We integrated a tracking code in our website which is transmitted to Hotjar servers in Ireland (EU). This tracking code contacts Hotjar servers and sends a script to your computer or any terminal device from which you access our website. The script collects certain data on your interaction with our website, which is then sent to Hotjar servers for processing. Hotjar imposed a limit of retaining data of 365 days on itself. This means that all data collected by Hotjar older than one year is automatically deleted.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

Hotjar does not save any of your personal data for its analysis. The company even has the advertising slogan 'We track behaviour, not individuals'. You always have the possibility to prevent data collection. Just go to the Opt-out page and click on 'deactivate Hotjar'. Please note that deleting cookies, using the private mode of your browser or another browser leads to the data being collected again. There is also the 'Do Not Track' button in your browser. If you use Chrome for example, click on the three bars in the top right corner and select 'Settings'. Under 'Data Protection' you find the option 'Send a Do Not Track request with your browsing traffic'. Just press this button and no more data is collected by Hotjar.
Access https://www.hotjar.com/legal/policies/privacy?tid=111251721 for more details on the privacy policy and on what data Hotjar uses in what way.


Newsletter Privacy Policy

When you subscribe to our newsletter you provide the personal information mentioned before and give us the right to contact you by e-mail. We use the data stored within the scope of the registration to the newsletter exclusively for our newsletter and do not pass these on.
If you unsubscribe from our newsletter – you find the respective link at the end of each newsletter – we delete all data that was stored together with the newsletter subscription.

Embedded social media elements Privacy Policy
We embedded elements from social media services on our website to show pictures, videos and texts.

Data is transferred from your browser to the respective social media service, where it is stored, when visiting pages with these elements. We do not have access to this data.

The following links lead you to the respective social media service sites, which explain how they handle your data:

• Instagram Data Policy: https://help.instagram.com/519522125107875
• For YouTube, the Google Privacy Policy applies: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en-GB
• Facebook Data Policy: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy
• Twitter Privacy Policy: https://twitter.com/en/privacy

Facebook Privacy Policy

We use selected tools by Facebook on our website. Facebook is a social media network of the company Facebook Ireland Ltd., 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2 Ireland. This tool helps us to provide you and everyone interested in our products and services with the best offer. Find here an overview of the different Facebook tools, of the data that is transmitted to Facebook and how you can delete this data.

What are Facebook tools?

In addition to many other products, Facebook also offers so-called 'Facebook Business Tools'. This is how Facebook officially calls it. But as the name is little-known, we decided to call them simply 'Facebook tools'. They include:
• Facebook pixels
• Social plugins (e.g. the 'Like' or 'Share' buttons)
• Facebook Login
• Account Kit
• APIs (application programming interfaces)
• SDKs (Software development kits)
• Platform integrations
• Plugins
• Codes
• Specifications
• Documentations
• Technologies and Services
With these tools, Facebook expands its services and receives information on user activities outside of Facebook.

Why do we use Facebook tools on our website?

We want to present our services and products only to those people who are actually interested in them. These people can be reached through advertisements (Facebook ads). In order to show our users the right advertisements, Facebook requires information on their wishes and needs. The company is therefore provided with information on user behaviour (and contact data) on our website. This is how it gathers better user data and can show suitable adverts for our products or services to interested persons. The tools ensure customised ad campaigns on Facebook.
Facebook calls data on your behaviour on our website 'event data', used for measurement and analytics services. This way, Facebook can dvelop 'campaign reports' on our behalf about the impact of our ad campaigns. The analyses also give us a better insight in how you use our services, website or products, so that we can optimise your user experience on our website with some of these tools. With the social plugins, for instance, you can share content from our website directly on Facebook.

What data is saved by Facebook tools?

By using Facebook tools, personal data (customer data) may be sent to Facebook. Depending on what tools are used, customer data such as name, address, telephone number and IP address may be transmitted.

Facebook uses the information to align the data with the data it has from you (if you are a Facebook member). Before customer data is transmitted to Facebook, there is a so-called 'Hashing' that transforms a set of data of any size into a string of characters. This is also used to encrypt data.

In addition to contact data, also 'event data' is transmitted, which is the information we receive about you on our website, like what subpages you visit or which products you buy from us. Facebook does not share the received information with third parties (such as advertisers), unless the company has an explicit permission or is legally obliged to do so. Event data can also be joined with contact data. This way, Facebook is able to offer better customised advertisements. After the previously mentioned alignment process, Facebook deletes the contact data again.

To deliver optimised advertisements, Facebook uses event data only if it was gathered with other data (collected by Facebook in another way). Facebook also uses event data for security, protection, development and research purposes. A lot of this data is transferred to Facebook by cookies. Cookies are little text files used to store data or information in browsers. Depending on the tools used and on whether you are a Facebook member, a different number of cookies is placed in your browser. We explain the individual Facebook cookies in the tool descriptions. For general information about the use of Facebook cookies, go to https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies.

How long and where is the data stored?

Generally, Facebook stores data until it is no longer of use for its own services and products. Facebook has servers to store data all over the world. Customer data, however, is deleted within 48 hours after being aligned with user data.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right of information, rectification, transfer and deletion of your data.
The data is only deleted completely when you delete your Facebook account like this:

1) Click on settings on the right side in Facebook.

2) Then click on 'Your Facebook information' in the left column.

3) Now click on 'Deactivation and deletion'.

4) Choose 'Delete account' and then click on 'Continue to account deletion'.

5) Now enter your password, click on 'Continue' and then on 'Delete account'.

The data storage that Facebook receives through our site is done also by cookies (for instance, from social plugins). In your browser, you can deactivate, delete or manage individual or all cookies. How this can be done differs depending on the browser you use. The following instructions show how to manage cookies in your browser:

Chrome: Delete, activate and manage cookies in Chrome

Safari: Manage cookies and website data in Safari

Firefox: Delete cookies to remove data which websites stored on your computer

Internet Explorer: Delete and manage cookies

Microsoft Edge: Delete and manage cookies

If you generally do not want any cookies at all, you can set up your browser so that you’re notified whenever a cookie is about to be set. That way, you can decide to either permit or refuse every single cookie.

Google is an active participant of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework which regulates the correct and secure transfer of personal data. Find more information at https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt0000000GnywAAC. We hope we were able to familiarize you with the most important information on the use and on data processing by Facebook tools. If you want to know more about the way Facebook uses your data, we recommend the data policies at https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/update.

Facebook Social Plugins Privacy Policy

There are so-called social plugins from the company Facebook Inc. installed on our website. You can recognise these buttons by the classic Facebook logo, such as the 'Like' button (hand with raised thumb) or by a distinct 'Facebook plugin' label. A social plugin is a small section of Facebook integrated in our page. Each plugin has another function. The most common functions are the well-known 'Like' and 'Share' buttons.
The following social plugins are offered by Facebook:
• 'Save' button
• 'Like' button, Share, Send and Quote
• Page plugin
• Comments
• Messenger plugin
• Embedded posts and video player
• Group plugin

Find more detailed information on how the individual plugins are used at https://developers.facebook.com/docs/plugins. We use the social plugins to offer you a better user experience on our site, and also because it enables Facebook to optimise our advertisements.
If you have a Facebook account or have already visited facebook.com, Facebook has already placed at least one cookie in your browser. In this case, your browser transmits information to Facebook through this cookie as soon as you visit our website or interact with social plugins (for example, the 'Like' button).
The obtained information is deleted or anonymised within ninety days. According to Facebook, this data includes your IP address, the websites you visited, date, time and other information on your browser.
If you want to avoid that Facebook collects much data and matches it with your Facebook data while you are visiting our website, you must be logged off from Facebook during this period of time.
In case you are not logged in or registered at Facebook, your browser sends less information to Facebook as you have less Facebook cookies. Data such as your IP address or which website you visit can still be transmitted to Facebook. We would like to state explicitly that we have no in-depth knowledge about the content of the data. We still try to inform you as best as we can about data processing based on our current knowledge. You can also read how Facebook uses the data in the company’s data policy at https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/update.
At least the following cookies are placed in your browser when you visit a website with social plugins from Facebook:
Name: dpr
Value: no information
Purpose: This cookie is used so that the social plugins on our website work.
Expiration date: after end of the session

Name: fr

Value: 0jieyh4111251721c2GnlufEJ9..Bde09j…1.0.Bde09j

Purpose: The cookie is also necessary so that the plugins work correctly.

Expiration date: after 3 months

Note: These cookies were placed after the test and may be placed even if you are not a Facebook member.

If you are registered at Facebook, you can change your advertisement settings yourself at https://www.facebook.com/ads/preferences/?entry_product=ad_settings_screen. If you are not a Facebook user, you can generally manage your usage-based online advertising at https://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices/. There you can deactivate or activate providers.

If you want to know more about the Facebook data protection, we recommend the company’s own data policy at https://www.facebook.com/policy.php.

Facebook Login Privacy Policy

We integrated the practical Facebook login on our website so that you can easily sign in to our site with your Facebook account, without having to create another user account. If you decide to register through the Facebook login, you are forwarded to the social media network Facebook, where you can log in with your Facebook user data. This way, data on you and your user behaviour is stored and transferred to Facebook.

Facebook uses various cookies to store the data. Find below the most important cookies that are set in your browser or that already exist if you sign in with Facebook:
Name: fr
Value: 0jieyh4c2GnlufEJ9..Bde09j…1.0.Bde09j
Purpose: This cookie is used so that the social plugin works optimally on our website.
Expiration date: after 3 months
Name: datr
Value: 4Jh7XUA2111251721SEmPsSfzCOO4JFFl
Purpose: Facebook sets the 'datr' cookie when a web browser accesses facebook.com. The cookie helps to identify login activities and to protect users.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: _js_datr
Value: deleted
Purpose: Facebook sets this session cookie for tracking purposes, even if you do not have a Facebook account or are logged out.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Note: The mentioned cookies are just a small selection of the cookies which are available to Facebook. Other cookies are, for example, _ fbp, sb or wd. A complete list is not possible, as Facebook has a multitude of cookies which are used variably.
While the Facebook login offers fast and easy registration, it also gives us the chance to share data with Facebook. This way, we can adapt our offer and advertising campaigns better to your interests and needs. The data we receive from Facebook is public data such as
• your Facebook name
• your profile picture
• a stored e-mail address
• friends’ lists
• button clicks (for example 'Like' button)
• date of birth
• language
• place of residence
In return, we provide Facebook with information about your activities on our website, like the terminal device you use, which of our subpages you visited or what products you bought from us.
By using the Facebook login, you agree to your data being processed. You can always revoke this agreement. If you want more information about data processing by Facebook, we recommend you the Facebook Data Policy at https://www.facebook.com/policy.php.
If you are registered at Facebook, you can change your advertisement settings at https://www.facebook.com/ads/preferences/?entry_product=ad_settings_screen.

Instagram Privacy Policy

We integrated Instagram functions on our website. Instagram is a social media platform of the company Instagram LLC, 1601 Willow Rd, Menlo Park CA 94025, USA. It is a subsidiary of Facebook Inc. and part of the Facebook products since 2012. The integration of Instagram content into our website is called embedding. We do that to show you Instagram content such as buttons, pictures or videos directly on our website. When you open one of our web pages which have an integrated Instagram function, data is transferred to, stored and processed by Instagram. Instagram uses the same systems and technologies as Facebook. Therefore, your data is processed across all Facebook companies.
In the following, we want to give you a better insight on why Instagram collects data, what data these are and how you can generally control data processing. As Instagram belongs to Facebook Inc., we got this information from the Instagram guidelines, as well as directly from the Facebook Data Policy.

What is Instagram?

Instagram is one of the most popular social media networks worldwide. Instagram combines the advantages of a blog with those of audio-visual platforms such as YouTube or Vimeo. On 'Insta' (as the platform is usually casually called) you can upload photos and short videos, edit them with different filters and also share them in other social networks. And if you do not want to be active yourself, you can also just follow other interesting users.

Why do we use Instagram on our website?

Instagram is a social media platform that has made a tremendous success in the past years. Of course, we also reacted to this boom. We want you to feel as well as possible on our website. Therefore, a diversified presentation of our content is a matter of course for us. With the embedded Instagram functions, we can enrich our content with helpful, funny or exciting Instagram content. As Instagram is a Facebook subsidiary, the collected data can also serve us for customised advertising on Facebook, so that we show our advertisement only to people who are actually interested in our products or services.

Instagram also uses the collected data for tracking and analysis purposes. We receive summarised statistics for a better insight into your wishes and interests. It is important to mention that these reports do not identify you personally.

What data is stored by Instagram?

When you land on one of our sites with integrated Instagram functions (such as Instagram pictures or plugins), your browser automatically connects to Instagram servers. Data is sent to, saved and processed by Instagram independent of whether you have an Instagram account or not. The data includes information on our website, your computer, purchases, advertisements you look at and on how you use our offer. Also date and time of your interaction with Instagram is stored. If you have an Instagram account or are logged in, Instagram stores much more data on you.
Facebook distinguishes between customer data and event data. We assume that this is also the case for Instagram. Customer data includes home and IP address, name and phone number, etc., but it is only transmitted to Instagram after being 'hashed' before. Hashing means that a data set is transformed into a string of characters in order to encrypt contact data. 'Event data', as mentioned before, is also transmitted. Facebook – thus also Instagram – define 'event data' as data on your user behaviour. It is also possible that contact data is combined with event data. The collected contact data is compared to data that Instagram already has on you.
Then the gathered data is transferred to Facebook through little text files (cookies) which are usually set in your browser. The amount of data that is stored depends on the Instagram functions you use and whether you have an Instagram account.
We assume that data processing on Instagram works the same way as on Facebook. This means that if you have an Instagram account or visited www.instagram.com, Instagram has placed at least one cookie. In this case, your browser sends information to Instagram through the cookie as soon as you access a page with an Instagram function. The data is deleted or anonymised at the latest after ninety days (after matching). Even though we dealt intensively with Instagram data processing, we cannot tell exactly what data Instagram actually collects and stores.
Below you see a list of cookies which are placed in your browser when you click on an Instagram function (button or Insta picture). This test was made for a user without Instagram account. Obviously much more cookies would be set in your browser if you are signed in to Instagram.

These cookies were used in our test:

Name: csrftoken
Value: “”
Purpose: This cookie is most likely placed for safety reasons to prevent falsifications of requests. We could not, however, find out more about it.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: mid
Value: “”
Purpose: Instagram places this cookie to optimise its own services and offers inside and outside of Instagram. The cookie defines a unique user ID.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Name: fbsr_111251721124024
Value: no information
Purpose: This cookie stores the login request of Instagram app users.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Name: rur
Value: ATN
Purpose: This is an Instagram cookie that guarantees the functionality on Instagram.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Name: urlgen
Value: “{\”194.96.75.33\”: 1901}:1iEtYv:Y833k2_UjKvXgYe111251721”
Purpose: This cookie serves Instagram marketing purposes.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Note: This list is not exhaustive. Which cookies are actually placed depends on the embedded functions and on your use of Instagram.

How long and where is the data stored?

Instagram shares the obtained information with Facebook businesses, external partners and persons you are connected to around the world. Data processing is done in compliance with the company’s data policy. Your data is distributed among Facebook servers across the world, among others, for safety reasons. Most servers are in the USA.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

Thanks to the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right of information, rectification, transfer and deletion of your data. You can manage your data in the Instagram settings. If you want to fully delete your Instagram data, you have to definitely delete your Instagram account.
Follow these instructions:
Open the Instagram app. Go to the end of your profile page and click on 'Help'. Now you get to the company website. There, click on 'Managing Your Account' and then 'Delete Your Account'.
When you definitely delete your account, Instagram deletes posts such as your photos and status updates. Information about you shared by others is not part of your account and is therefore not deleted.
As mentioned before, Instagram stores your data mainly through cookies. You can manage, deactivate or delete these cookies in your browser. Managing them is slightly different for each browser. Find here the instructions for the most common browsers:
Chrome: Delete, activate and manage cookies in Chrome

Safari: Manage cookies and website data in Safari

Firefox: Delete cookies to remove data which websites stored on your computer

Internet Explorer: Delete and manage cookies

Microsoft Edge: Delete and manage cookies
Generally, you can set your browser so that you are informed whenever a cookie would be set. Then you can individually decide if you accept or decline a cookie.
Instagram is a subsidiary of Facebook Inc., and Facebook is an active participant in the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework. This framework ensures the correct data transfer between the USA and the European Union. At https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt0000000GnywAAC you can find out more about this. We tried to make you familiar with the most important information on data processing by Instagram. At https://help.instagram.com/519522125107875 you can find out more about data processing by Instagram.

LinkedIn Privacy Policy

We use social plugins from the social media network LinkedIn of the company LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA on our website. Social plugins can be feeds, content sharing or a link to our LinkedIn page. Social plugins are clearly marked with the famous LinkedIn logo and allow, among others, to share interesting content directly through our website, a function we use. The firm LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company Wilton Place in Dublin is responsible for data processing in the European Economic Area and in Switzerland.
LinkedIn can receive, store and process data when embedding its plugins. In this privacy policy we want to inform you what data this is, how the network uses this data and how you can manage or prevent data storage.

What is LinkedIn?

LinkedIn is the biggest social network for business contacts. Different from Facebook, for instance, LinkedIn focuses exclusively on establishing business contacts. Companies can present their services and products on the platform and establish business relationships. Many people use LinkedIn also to find a job or appropriate employees for their own company. In Germany alone, the network has more than 11 million members. In Austria it has about 1.3 million members.

Why do we use LinkedIn on our website?

We know how busy you are and that it is impossible to follow all social media channels. Even if it was worth it, as it is the case with our channels where we regularly post interesting news and articles worth spreading. That is why you can jump directly to LinkedIn from our website through a link to share interesting content. This embedded social plugin on our website is a service we offer gladly. The data that LinkedIn gathers also help us to show potential advertising only to those people who are interested in our offer.

What data is stored by LinkedIn?

Only because social plugins are integrated, LinkedIn does not store personal data. LinkedIn calls the data generated by plugins 'passive impressions'. But if you click on a social plugin to share our content, or else, the platform stores personal data as so-called 'active impressions', whether you have a LinkedIn account or not. When you are logged in, the collected data is assigned to your account.
When you interact with our plugins, your browser connects directly to LinkedIn servers. This is how the company logs various user data. In addition to your IP address, it can include login data and information about your device as well as Internet or mobile service provider. If you access LinkedIn services on your smartphone, your location can also be identified (after giving permission). LinkedIn can pass this data to third-party advertisers in 'hashed' form. Hashing means that a set of data is transformed into a string of characters in order to encrypt contact data so that persons cannot be identified.
Most data on your user behaviour is stored in cookies. These are small text files that are usually placed in your browser. In addition, LinkedIn can also use web beacons, pixel tags, display tags and other device recognitions.
Various tests also show which cookies are set when a user interacts with a social plugin. The following list of identified data does not claim to be exhaustive and only serves as example. These cookies were set without being signed in to LinkedIn:

Name: bcookie
Value: =2&34aab2aa-2ae1-4d2a-8baf-c2e2d7235c16111251721-
Purpose: This cookie is a so-called 'browser ID cookie' and, as the name indicates, stores your identification number (ID).
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: lang
Value: v=2&lang=de-de
Purpose: This cookie saves your default or preferred language.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Name: lidc
Value: 1818367:t=1571904767:s=AQF6KNnJ0G111251721…
Purpose: This cookie is used for routing. Routing records the routes you went to get to LinkedIn and how you navigate through the website.
Expiration date: after 24 hours
Name: rtc
Value: kt0lrv3NF3x3t6xvDgGrZGDKkX
Purpose: We could not find detailed information about this cookie.
Expiration date: after 2 minutes
Name: JSESSIONID
Value: ajax:1112517212900777718326218137
Purpose: This is a session cookie that LinkedIn uses to sustain anonymous user sessions through the server.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Name: bscookie
Value: “v=1&201910230812…
Purpose: This is a security cookie which LinkedIn itself calls secure browser ID Cookie.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: fid
Value: AQHj7Ii23ZBcqAAAA…
Purpose: We could not find detailed information about this cookie.
Expiration date: after 7 days
Note: LinkedIn also works with third parties. That is why we mentioned the Google Analytics cookies _ga and _gat in our test.

How long and where is the data stored?

Generally, LinkedIn keeps your personal data for as long as the company considers it necessary for offering its services. LinkedIn , however, deletes your personal data when you delete your account. Exceptionally, LinkedIn maintains some summarised and anonymised data, even when you delete your account. As soon as you do this, other people can no longer see your data after maximum one day. Usually, LinkedIn deletes the data within thirty days, but can also keep it for legal reasons. Even when the account is closed, data that cannot be assigned to a person anymore remains stored. The data is stored on several servers in America and presumably also in Europe.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

You always have the right to access your personal data and to delete it in your LinkedIn account, where you can also manage and change it. Furthermore, you can request a copy of your personal data from LinkedIn.
This is how you access your account data in your LinkedIn profile:
In LinkedIn, click on your profile icon and select 'Settings & Privacy'. Now click on 'Privacy' and then in 'How LinkedIn uses your data on' change the setting to 'Change'. Now you are about to download selected data on your web activity and your account history.
You can also prevent data processing by LinkedIn in your browser. As mentioned before, LinkedIn stores most data through cookies that are placed in your browser. These cookies can be managed, deactivated or deleted. Managing cookies works differently depending on what browser you use. Find the instructions for the most common browsers here:
Chrome: Delete, activate and manage cookies in Chrome

Safari: Manage cookies and website data in Safari

Firefox: Delete cookies to remove data which websites stored on your computer

Internet Explorer: Delete and manage cookies

Microsoft Edge: Delete and manage cookies

LinkedIn is an active participant of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework regulates the correct transfer of data between the USA and the European Union. Find more information at https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt0000000L0UZAA0. We tried to make you familiar with the most important information on data processing by LinkedIn. Find out more about data processing by the social media network LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy.

Generally, you can set up your browser so that you’re notified whenever a cookie is about to be set. That way, you can decide to either permit or refuse every single cookie.

Pinterest Privacy Policy

We use buttons and widgets from the social media network Pinterest from the company Pinterest Inc.,808 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA 94103, USA on our website.
Data such as IP address, browser data, date, time and cookies is transmitted to, stored and evaluated by Pinterest when accessing pages with Pinterest functions.
Find the privacy guidelines, what information Pinterest collects and how they are used at https://policy.pinterest.com/en-gb/privacy-policy.

YouTube Privacy Policy

We integrated YouTube videos on our website. This way, we can present you interesting videos directly on our site. YouTube is a video portal which has been a subsidiary of Google LLC since 2006. The video portal is operated by YouTube, LLC, 901 Cherry Ave., San Bruno, CA 94066, USA. When you open a page on our website with an embedded YouTube video, your browser automatically connects to YouTube or Google servers and certain data is transferred (depending on the settings). Google is responsible for the entire data processing, therefore the Google data protection applies.
In the following we would like to explain into detail which data is processed, why we integrated YouTube videos and how you can manage or delete your data.

What is YouTube?

On YouTube, videos can be watched, rated, commented and uploaded for free. Over the past years, YouTube has become one of the most important social media channels worldwide. YouTube provides a code segment which we integrated on our website to show YouTube videos there.

Why do we use YouTube videos on our website?

YouTube is the video platform with the most visitors and best content. We try hard to offer you the best possible user experience on our website, which obviously includes interesting videos. Our embedded videos offer you helpful content in addition to texts and pictures, and make it easier for us to be found on Google. And when we place advertisements with Google Ads, Google uses the collected data to show the ads only to those people who are actually interested in our offers.

What data is stored by YouTube?

As soon as you visit one of our pages with an integrated YouTube video, YouTube places at least one cookie which stores your IP address and our URL. If you are logged in your YouTube account, YouTube can assign your interactions on our website to your profile usually through cookies. This includes data such as session duration, bounce rate, approximate location, as well as technical information such as browser type, screen resolution or your Internet provider. Other data can be contact data, potential ratings, content shared on social media or YouTube videos you added to your favourites.
If you are not logged in a Google or YouTube account, Google stores data with a distinct identifier connected to your device, browser or app, so that, for instance, your preferred language is stored. But a lot of data is lost since fewer cookies are placed.
The following list includes cookies that were placed in a browser for a test – with and without being logged in a YouTube account. This list is by no means exhaustive, as user data always depends on the interactions with YouTube.
Name: YSC
Value: b9-CV6ojI5Y111251721-1
Purpose: This cookie registers a unique ID to store statistics of the video that was watched.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Name: PREF
Value: f1=50000000
Purpose: This cookie also registers your unique ID. Through PREF, Google receives statistics on how you use YouTube videos on our website.
Expiration date: after 8 months
Name: GPS
Value: 1
Purpose: This cookie registers your unique ID on mobile devices to track your GPS location.
Expiration date: after 30 minutes
Name: VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE
Value: 95Chz8bagyU
Purpose: This cookie tries to estimate the bandwidth of the Internet of the user on our websites (with integrated YouTube videos).
Expiration date: after 8 months
Other cookies are set when you are logged in your YouTube account :
Name: APISID
Value: zILlvClZSkqGsSwI/AU1aZI6HY7111251721-
Purpose: This cookie is used to create a profile on your interests. This data is used for personalised advertisements.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: CONSENT
Value: YES+AT.de+20150628-20-0
Purpose: The cookie stores if a user agreed to different Google services. CONSENT also serves safety purposes, to check users and to protect user data from unauthorised attacks.
Expiration date: after 19 years
Name: HSID
Value: AcRwpgUik9Dveht0I
Purpose: This cookie is used to create a profile on your interests. This data is used for personalised advertisements.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: LOGIN_INFO
Value: AFmmF2swRQIhALl6aL…
Purpose: This cookie stores information on your login data.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: SAPISID
Value: 7oaPxoG-pZsJuuF5/AnUdDUIsJ9iJz2vdM
Purpose: This cookie clearly identifies your browser and device. It is used to create a profile on your interests.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: SID
Value: oQfNKjAsI111251721-
Purpose: This cookie stores your Google Account ID and your last login time in a digitally signed and encrypted form.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: SIDCC
Value: AN0-TYuqub2JOcDTyL
Purpose: This cookie stores information on the way you use the website and the advertisements you may have seen before you visited our website.
Expiration date: after 3 months

How long and where is the data stored?

Your data that YouTube receives and processes is stored on Google servers, most of which are in the US. At https://www.google.com/about/datacenters/inside/locations/?hl=en you can see exactly where the Google data centres are located. Your data is distributed across the servers. This way, the data can be recalled faster and better protected against manipulation.
Google stores collected data for different periods of time. Certain data can be deleted anytime, other data is automatically deleted after a certain time, while other data is stored by Google for a longer time. Some data (such as elements from 'My activity', photos, documents, products) in your Google account are stored until you delete them. Even if you are not signed in a Google Account, you can delete some data connected to your device, browser or app.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

You can generally delete data manually in the Google account. The automatic deleting function of location and activity data, introduced in 2019, guarantees that information, depending on your choice, is stored and deleted either after three or eighteen months.
Independent of whether you have a Google account or not, you can configure your browser to delete or deactivate Google cookies. This works differently depending on what browser you use. The following instructions explain how to manage cookies in your browser:

Chrome: Delete, activate and manage cookies in Chrome

Safari: Manage cookies and website data in Safari

Firefox: Delete cookies to remove data which websites stored on your computer

Internet Explorer: Delete and manage cookies

Microsoft Edge: Delete and manage cookies

If you generally do not want any cookies at all, you can set up your browser so that you’re notified whenever a cookie is about to be set, so that you get to decide to either permit or refuse each cookie. As YouTube is a Google subsidiary, the same privacy policy applies. If you want to know more about the handling of data, we recommend the privacy policy at https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en.

YouTube subscribe button Privacy Policy
We integrated the YouTube subscribe button on our website. You can recognise it usually by the classic YouTube logo, which says 'Subscribe' or 'YouTube' in white against a red background, with a white 'Play' symbol on the left. The button may also have a different design.
Our YouTube channel keeps offering you funny, interesting or exciting videos. With the installed 'Subscribe' button you can subscribe to our channel directly on our website and do not need change to YouTube. We offer this for an easy access to our comprehensive content. Please note that this process enables YouTube to save and process your data.
If you see a subscribe button on our page, YouTube - according to Google - sets at least one cookie. This cookie stores your IP address and our URL. It also allows YouTube to get information about your browser, your approximate location and your default language. In our test the following four cookies were set without being logged in YouTube:
Name: YSC
Value: b9-CV6ojI5111251721Y
Purpose: This cookie registers a unique ID to store statistics of the viewed video.
Expiration date: after end of the session
Name: PREF
Value: f1=50000000
Purpose: This cookie also registers your unique ID. Via PREF, Google gets statistics on how you use YouTube videos on our website.
Expiration date: after 8 months
Name: GPS
Value: 1
Purpose: This cookie registers your unique ID on mobile devices to track your GPS location.
Expiration date: after 30 minutes
Name: VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE
Value: 11125172195Chz8bagyU
Purpose: This cookie tries to estimate the bandwidth of the Internet of the user on our websites (with integrated YouTube videos).
Expiration date: after 8 months
Note: We do not claim for the list to be exhaustive as these cookies were set after a test.
If you are signed in to your YouTube account, it can store many of your activities and interactions on our website by using cookies, and assign them to your account. This way, YouTube gets information such as how long you surf our website, which type of browser you use, your preferred screen resolution and your activities on our website.
YouTube uses this data to improve its own services and offers, and also to offer analyses and statistics for advertisers (who use Google Ads).

Vimeo Privacy Policy

We integrated videos of the company Vimeo on our website. The video portal is operated by Vimeo LLC, 555 West 18th Street, New York, New York 10011, USA. With the help of a plugin, we can show you interesting videos directly on our website. Some of your data may thereby transmitted to Vimeo. In this privacy policy we show what data this is, why we use Vimeo and how you can manage your data or prevent data transmission.

What is Vimeo?

Vimeo is a video platform that was founded in 2004 and provides video streaming in HD quality since 2007. Since 2015, it also enables streaming in 4k Ultra HD. The use of the portal is free of charge, but it can also be used to publish paid content. Compared to the market leader YouTube, Vimeo places most emphasis on premium content in good quality. The portal offers a lot of artistic content such as music videos and short movies, as well as interesting documentaries on many different topics.

Why do we use Vimeo on our website?

The objective of our website is to offer the best possible content in the easiest accessible way. We are only satisfied with our service when we achieve that. The video service Vimeo helps us to get there, as it enables us to present high quality content directly on our website. Instead of giving you just a link to an interesting video, you can watch the video right here on our website. This extends our service and makes it easier for you to access interesting content. And we can offer video content in addition to our texts and images.

What data is stored by Vimeo?

When you open a page on our website with an embedded Vimeo video, your browser connects to Vimeo servers and data is transferred, which is also collected, stored and processed on Vimeo servers. Independent of whether you have a Vimeo account or not, data is collected, including IP address, technical information on your browser version, your operating system or very basic device information. Vimeo also stores information on what website you use its service and which (web) activities you carry out on our website. These web activities include, for instance, session duration, bounce rate or which Vimeo function button you pressed on our website. Vimeo can track and store these actions through cookies and similar technologies.
If you are signed in to Vimeo as a registered member, usually more data can be collected, since also more cookies were placed in your browser. Your actions on our website are also directly linked to your Vimeo account. To prevent this, you must log out of Vimeo while surfing our website.
Find below a list of cookies which are set by Vimeo when you are on a website with integrated Vimeo function. This list is not exhaustive and assumes that you do not have a Vimeo account.
Name: player
Value: “”
Purpose: This cookie saves your settings before you play an embedded Vimeo video. This way, you receive your preferred settings next time you watch a Vimeo video.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: vuid
Value: pl1046149876.614422590111251721-4
Purpose: This cookie collects information about your activities on websites with an embedded Vimeo video.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Note: These two cookies are placed every time you are on a website with an embedded Vimeo video. When you watch it and click a button such as 'Share' or 'Like', additional cookies are set including third-party cookies such as _ga or _gat_UA-76641-8 from Google Analytics or _fbp from Facebook. It depends on your interaction with the video which cookies are set exactly.
The following list shows a selection of cookies which are set when you interact with a Vimeo video:
Name: _abexps
Value: %5B%5D
Purpose: This Vimeo cookie helps it to remember your settings. This can be a preset language, a region or a user name. The cookie, generally, stores data on how you use Vimeo.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: continuous_play_v3
Value: 1
Purpose: This cookie is a first-party cookie from Vimeo. The cookie collects information on how you use the Vimeo service, for example, pausing or resuming a video.
Expiration date: after 1 year
Name: _ga
Value: GA1.2.1522249635.1578401280111251721-7
Purpose: This is a third-party cookie from Google. By default, analytics.js uses the _ga cookie to store the user ID. Generally, it serves to distinguish between website visitors.
Expiration date: after 2 years
Name: _gcl_au
Value: 1.1.770887836.1578401279111251721-3
Purpose: This third-party cookie from Google AdSense is used to improve the efficiency of advertisements on websites.
Expiration date: after 3 months
Name: _fbp
Value: fb.1.1578401280585.310434968
Purpose: This is a Facebook cookie that is used to show ads or advertising products from Facebook or other advertisers.
Expiration date: after 3 months
Vimeo uses this data also to improve its own service, communicate with you and take its own targeted advertising measures. On its website Vimeo emphasises that only first-party cookies (which means cookies from Vimeo itself) are used for embedded videos, as long as the user does not interact with the video.

How long and where is the data stored?

Vimeo has its headquarter in White Plains, New York (USA). The services, however, are offered all over the world. The company uses computer systems, data bases and servers in the USA as well as in other countries. This means that your data may also be stored and processed on servers in America. Vimeo stores the data as long as the company has an economic reason to do so. Then the data is deleted or anonymised. Vimeo corresponds to the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework and may therefore collect, use and transfer data to the USA from users within the EU.

How can I delete my data or prevent data storage?

You can always manage cookies in your browser as you wish. For example, if you do not want Vimeo to set cookies and thus collect information about you, you can always delete or deactivate cookies in your browser settings. How this can be done differs depending on the browser you use. Please note that several functions may no longer be fully available after deactivating/deleting cookies. The following instructions show how you can manage or delete cookies in your browser.
Chrome: Delete, activate and manage cookies in Chrome

Safari: Manage cookies and website data in Safari

Firefox: Delete cookies to remove data which websites stored on your computer

Internet Explorer: Delete and manage cookies

Microsoft Edge: Delete and manage cookies
If you are a registered Vimeo member, you can also manage the cookies in your Vimeo settings.
Vimeo is an active participant of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework which regulates the correct and secure transfer of personal data. Find more information at https://www.privacyshield.gov/participant?id=a2zt00000008V77AAE&status=Active . If you want to know more about the use of cookies at Vimeo, access https://vimeo.com/cookie_policy. Find information about data protection at Vimeo at https://vimeo.com/privacy


Source: The original version in German was created with the Privacy Policy Generator by Content Marketing AdSimple in cooperation with wallentin.cc and then translated into English by a translator.