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You can find more information about the individual cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them in the table below:
|Cookie Title/Cookie Name||Purpose||More information||Strictly Necessary?|
|Elementor||Elementor is a software used to create the layout of this website. Cookies are used to store the number of page views and active sessions of the user. The collected data is not used for analysis purposes, but only to ensure that, for example, hidden elements are not displayed again during multiple active sessions. This cookie is essential because it you to use our site in a way that makes your browsing experience more convenient.||n/a||Yes|
|Real Cookie Banner||Real Cookie Banner asks website visitors for consent to set cookies and process personal data. For this purpose, a UUID (pseudonymous identification of the user) is assigned to each website visitor, which is valid until the cookie expires to store the consent. Cookies are used to test whether cookies can be set, to store reference to documented consent, to store which services from which service groups the visitor has consented to, and, if consent is obtained under the Transparency & Consent Framework (TCF), to store consent in TCF partners, purposes, special purposes, features and special features. As part of the obligation to disclose according to GDPR, the collected consent is fully documented. This includes, in addition to the services and service groups to which the visitor has consented, and if consent is obtained according to the TCF standard, to which TCF partners, purposes and features the visitor has consented, all cookie banner settings at the time of consent as well as the technical circumstances (e.g. size of the displayed area at the time of consent) and the user interactions (e.g. clicking on buttons) that led to consent. Consent is collected once per language.||n/a||Yes|
|Comments||WordPress as a content management system offers the possibility to write comments under blog posts and similar content. The cookie stores the name, e-mail address and website of a commentator to display it again if the commentator wants to write another comment on this website.||n/a||No|
|Google reCAPTCHA||Google reCAPTCHA is a solution for detecting bots, e. g. when entering data into online forms, and preventing spam. The cookies are used to identify the user as a user within the data known to Google and to estimate the malignancy of the user. This collected data may be linked to data about users who have signed in to their Google accounts on google.com or a localised version of Google.||https://policies.google.com/privacy||No|
|Adobe Fonts (Typekit)||Adobe Fonts (Typekit) is a service that downloads fonts that are not installed on the client device of the user and embeds them into the website. No cookies in the technical sense are set on the client of the user, but technical and personal data such as the IP address will be transmitted from the client to the server of the service provider to make the use of the service possible.||https://www.adobe.com/privacy/policies/adobe-fonts.html||No|
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