Advertising and Statistics
Learn more about how Google uses data when you use websites or applications and the option to block statistics from being sent here.
In Google Analytics, we process user and event data related to cookies, user identifiers (such as User IDs) and ad identifiers (such as DoubleClick cookies, Android Ad IDs, or Apple Advertiser IDs). This data does not allow the identification of a person. This data is stored in Google Analytics for up to 50 months, after this time the data is automatically deleted. The next time you visit the site again, the cookie (unless disabled) will be reset and the time will start counting from the beginning.
Cookies work differently on mobile applications because they are encoded in the applications themselves and use a unique identifier created by your mobile device to use advertising activities. You can disable or reset this ad ID through your mobile device’s privacy settings.
Cookie management and opt-out options?
How can I block cookies completely?
The procedure for the most frequently used browsers can be found below. You can find more detailed information on how you can manage cookies through the help function of your internet browser.
- Cookie settings in Chrome
- Cookie settings in Firefox
- Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
- Cookie settings in Safari
- Cookie settings in Flash Player
Please note that some functions on the website may not work properly when cookies are disabled.
If you have any further questions or requirements, please contact us through the contacts listed in the Contact section of our website.