Last changes: 12 December 2021
We collect information that you provide to us through the use of the various functionalities of the website. This includes any comments you make on our website.
Automatic data collection:
We collect information when you use our website. This includes information that your browser and other devices send to us. This includes, but is not limited to, your IP address, form data sent from your browser, operating system used, what and when you accessed it, the content of previously stored cookies, your last previous visit to our website, and device type.
Information that is transmitted to us:
We collect information that is transmitted to us via e-mail (support requests or other) or other channels.
We publish comments you post on our website and these comments are then publicly viewable.
Automatically collected data:
We use it data to improve your experience while being on the website.
We use it for analytical purposes to know, where we have to improve our website for a better experience for future visitors.
We do not share it with other parties and we do not sell it.
Google AdSense may also use web beacons (invisible images). Web beacons also help to track and gather information about how visitors use this website.
The information gathered by the usage of cookies and web beacons (including maybe the IP address) as well as information gathered by serving the ads or other means will be sent to servers of Google, which often reside in the USA and will be saved there. Google may pass this information on to its partners (including third parties).
2. Users can disable or reduce the installing of cookies by Google AdSense in multiple ways:
a) by choosing minimum cookies on this website (Privacy Control, only valid for this website)
b) by deactivating interest targeted advertisements by Google (please visit adssettings.google.com)
c) by deactivating interest targeted advertisements by advertisers who are part of the self-regulating group "About Ads" (please visit www.aboutads.info)
d) by appropriate configuration settings in their browsers
e) permanently by using a browser plug-in designed for this purpose
The settings described in a), b), and c) will be lost when cookies are deleted in the browser settings.
4. For further information, the following links might be helpful:
This text is our own opinion about Google AdSense and not the one of Google.
The operators of the social medias are very likely to know you visited this website if you are currently logged in on their websites.
You can try to minimize this tracking, if you always log out of the social media websites before you visit other websites.
You can configure there that we use only the minimum cookies. But we will still need to use at least one session cookie in order to store your preference for minimum cookies.