What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your mobile device or computer when you visit a website.
- The website you are visiting sets so-called first-party cookies. Only this website itself can read these cookies. It is possible that additional services from external providers are used, which, on the other hand, set their own cookies, so-called third-party cookies.
- Persistent cookies are stored on your computer and are not automatically deleted when you close your browser.
- Session cookie on the other hand is deleted after closing your browsers.
With the help of cookies, the website is able to save your settings such as user name, language, etc.
With this function, you do not need to set the above settings again for a repeated visit.
Cookies may also be used to compile anonymous statistics about the browsing activities of our website visitors.
This website mainly uses first-party cookies, which are controlled and set exclusively by this website.
The initial provider cookies are necessary cookies to enable the site to operate, which makes them purely technical cookies.
Storage of a 32-digit session ID (session ID).
The ID is valid until the end of the session.
|Premium shop language cookie||
Storage of a language abbreviation.
The language abbreviation has a validity of one year.
|premium shopcookie||Save an internal shop ID.
The ID has a validity of one year.
To manage your cookies
You have the possibility to manage/delete cookies at any time. You can find further information here: aboutcookies.org.
You have the option of deleting all cookies on your device by changing the privacy settings of your browser to delete cookies individually or completely.
However, this will also delete stored information such as user names or user settings.
Management of site-specific cookies
You can also check in your browser, in the privacy settings for cookies, which cookies have been stored.
In many of today's modern browsers, you can set your browser to not store cookies on your device. The disadvantage of this is that when you visit a website again, you have to make all settings manually. Some services and functions might not work properly then (e.g. login with your profile).