Cookies on this website
Cookies are small files, in which a website can store information on the visitors computer. This website stores cookies to enable basic functions of the website, for example to save your selected language or to remember if you are an editor of the site.
3rd Party Cookies
Embedded third-party content on this website, such as Videos from YouTube and Vimeo may also leave cookies on the visitor’s computer. On the homepage of this website such contents are loaded not before opening a video from the gallery. On some other pages and blog posts, such contents may already be active when loading the page.
Deactivating and cleaning cookies
The visitor may disable cookies – and especially cookies by third-party providers – in the settings of his Internet browser. Further the user can remove unwanted cookies from the browser history at any time in his browser settings. More information can be found in the technical documentation of your browser software.
Embedded 3rd party content
This website may contain embedded content from streaming platforms and social networks, such as YouTube (youtube.com), Vimeo (vimeo.com), Facebook (facebook.com), Twitter (twitter.com), Instagram (instagram.com).
The contact form and newsletter form on this website can be used via HTTPS with an encrypted SSL connection. However when submitting a form, an e-mail is generated, which can also be transmitted unencrypted via mail servers. It is therefore not recommended to send sensitive or personal information via these forms.
Storage of contact requests
As usual in e-mail traffic, the data that a user sends via a contact form, is stored in an inbox until further notice. They are used only for communication with the user and will not be passed to any third parties, unless approved by the user. As a user you have the right of information about data stored about your person as well as the right of deletion. Therefor you may contact the operator of the site via the contact form or via the address provided in the imprint.
Server logs and statistics
On the server that provides this website, user requests are logged temporarily (up to 24 hours) in a server log file. For each page access, the date, time, IP address, browser and operating system are recorded. Server logs with IP addresses are exclusively used to detect malicious attacks and to analyze and correct website errors. For the creation of access statistics, the server logs are summarized in an anonymised form, so that no IP addresses or other personal data are stored long-term.