We store some small pieces of information called “cookies” in your browser. Those help us to adapt our website to you and your preferences.
What Cookies we store and why
_ga & _gid: Cookies that help us gather information about the visitors on our website. Those are important to us to get statistics on how many users we have and how they use our websites. You can disable the storage and usage of those cookies by enabling “Do Not Track” in your browser (see below).
crumb: A temporary cookie that will be removed once you close your browser.
How can I enable “Do Not Track”?
Mozilla Firefox: Preferences → Privacy & Security → Tracking Protection → Set “Send websites a “Do Not Track” signal that you don’t want to be tracked” to “Always”
Google Chrome: Preferences → Advanced → Privacy and security → Enable “Send a ‘Do Not Track’ request with your browsing traffic”
Apple Safari: Preferences → Privacy → Enable “Ask websites not to track me”
Microsoft Edge: Settings and more → Settings → View advanced settings → Privacy and services → Enable “Send Do Not Track requests”
Microsoft Internet Explorer: Tools → Internet options → Advanced → Security → Enable “Send Do Not Track requests to sites you visit in Internet Explorer”