Use of Cookies

This page describes how cookies are used by this website. If you continue to use this Website, you agree to our use of cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer by your web browser at the request of a website you are viewing. This allows the site you see to remember things about you, such as your preferences and history or to keep you logged in.
Cookies can be stored on your computer for a short time (e.g. only while your browser is open) or for a longer period, even years. Cookies that are not set by this site are not accessible to us.
Our cookie use
This Website uses cookies for numerous things, including:

Registration and maintenance of your preferences. This includes that you can remain logged in and keep the Website in the language or presentation you want.
• Analytics. This allows us to determine how people use and improve the site.
Advertising cookies (possibly third parties). When this site displays advertising, cookies may be set by advertisers to determine who has seen an ad or similar. These cookies may be set by third parties, in which case this site has no way to read or write these cookies.

  • Other third-party cookies for things like Facebook or Twitter sharing. These cookies are usually set independently by third parties, so this Website is not able to access them.
    We set Standard cookies
    These are the most important cookies that we set during normal operation of the software.
    • xf_csrf
    O stores a token that is unique to you, which checks whether the actions you perform on this Website are to be performed by you.
  • xf_session
    O saves the current ID of your session.
  • xf_user
    O stores a key that is unique to you and allows us to log you into the software when you navigate from page to Page.
    Additional cookies and cookies set by third parties
    During the use of the Website, Additional cookies may be set to store information, as certain actions are performed, or to store certain settings.
    Other cookies may be set by third-party providers who may provide information, such as anonymously tracking which users visit the site, or through content embedded in some sites, such as YouTube or other media service providers.
    Remove/disable cookies
    The management of your cookies and cookie settings must take place within the options/settings of your browser. Here is a list of guides on how to do this for popular browser software:
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Google Chrome
  • Safari for macOS
  • Safari for iOS
    More information about cookies
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