What is a cookie, tags and pixel?
Cookies are tiny pieces of data transferred from a server to your browser when you visit a website to improve your experience. If your browser is set to accept cookies, they will be stored in the browser until their expiration date is reached or until you delete the cookies yourself.
It's important to note that cookies can only be read from the online service from which the cookie originated. Cookies do not collect personal information stored on your device. There are a few different cookies:
Persistent cookies are stored for a period of time specified in the cookie on the device that uses our online services. These cookies are created the first time you visit our online service, unless your browser-side settings prevent this, and reactivate each time you visit, provided that your visit is made with a device that already has a cookie.
Session cookies allow online services to track and correlate a user's actions during a browser session. A browser session starts when the browser opens and ends when the browser is closed. Session cookies are deleted when the browser is closed.
Web beacons and pixels are files that are included in an online service and that are requested by the accessing user's browser. They enable log file recording and log file analysis, which can be used for statistical evaluations. In this case, information such as the IP address, the browser used or the operating system of the accessing system can be transmitted (so-called “HTTP header fields”).
First party cookies
Typelane - necessary
Typelane - functional
This cookie is used to remember the language you have chosen on our webpage.
We are using cookies to provide basic functions which are necessary for our service. Personal information may only be collected to the extent which is necessary for providing the respective functionality of our service.
Third party cookies
The following list provides an overview of all Third-Party Cookies which are used. If you want to learn more about these third parties it can be found in the respective privacy policies of the third parties which are linked below.
Google Adwords - US
Google AdWords cookies enable behavioural advertising and analytics via the AdWords platform. Validity 2 years.
Google Analytics - US
Set by Google Universal Analytics, the cookies are used to calculate visitor sessions and on-site behaviour data for analytics reports
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