On this website, we use analytical cookies, after you have given us permission to do so. Analytical cookies allow us to understand the traffic on the site and allow us to reach target groups.

You can accept or block cookies below. However, most web browsers also allow you to manage most cookies through your browser settings.

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What are cookies?
A cookie is a quantity of data that a server sends to the web browser with the intention of storing it and sending it back to the server the next time you visit. This enables the server to recognise the browser again and to keep track of what the user, or the web browser, has done in the past.

Google Analytics
On this website, we use Google Analytics to track how the website is used. This tool uses cookies - small text files on the computer - to store anonymous standard information about the computer and click behaviour. The information obtained about your click behaviour on this website - excluding your IP address - is stored by Google on their servers. Google uses this information to provide us with statistical reports about the website, so that we can improve it. Google can provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so.

The cookies needed to watch a YouTube video are set as soon as the video is played via the play button. When a YouTube video is played, you automatically agree to the automatically agree to the installation of a cookie.

When accepting analytical cookies, the cookies below will be set:

Cookie name Operator Lifetime Purpose
cookie-agreed(-*) Drupal 100 days This cookie stores whether or not permission has been given for the placement of cookies. If this cookie is missing, the cookie notification will remain on the screen.
_gtag Google Tag Manager Duration of the session Management of external scripts & event / conversion tracking
_ga(_*) Google Analytics 2 years Used to distinguish users.
_gid Google Analytics 24 hours Used to distinguish users.
_gat Google Analytics 1 minute Used to reduce the speed of incoming requests.
_gat_UA Google Analytics 30 minutes A variant of the _gat cookie set by Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager to allow website owners to track visitor behaviour and measure website performance. The pattern element in the name contains the unique identification number of the account or website to which it relates.
_gcl_au Google AdsSense 3 months Used by Google AdSense for experimenting with ad efficiency across different websites using their services. This is the own cookie for the 'Conversion Linker' function: information from clicks on advertisements is stored in its own cookie, so that conversions can be tracked outside the landing page.
yt(-*) YouTube Session Saves visitor preferences for viewing embedded YouTube videos.