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Cookies may contain a variety of information that personally identifies the visitor (such as your name, address, e-mail address or telephone number). However, our website only has access to the personal information you provide. For example, our website can not identify your email address without your intervention. The webpage also can not access other files on your computer.

In general, if you use the default settings for cookies, these activities run unnoticed for you. You will not find out if a web page stores a cookie or if the browser transmits information to a web page. However, the browser can be configured to ask for permission before saving a cookie. You can also limit the lifetime of cookies to your current session.

We use cookies only to compile statistics to improve our own website for our visitors. We do not receive any personal data!