What are cookies?
A cookie is a small data file that a website’s server sends to a search engine, which is then stored on the user’s computer. When the user visits the same website again, the search engine sends this data back to the website’s server. Cookies are commonly used to tell users apart, store user settings etc., thereby simplifying website use...
Information obtained from cookies can be used for targeted advertising and statistical evaluation of the behaviour of visitors, etc. However, this information can be obtained even without cookies; therefore, their use should not be viewed as particularly threatening.
Our own cookies
- Language – as soon as a user selects a language, the cookie stores the language preference and uses it for each subsequent login.
- Authentication (security) token – A new one is created each time a user logs in. It is used to verify the user every time a request is made on the server using the SERVIS 24 service.
Such third-party cookies are usually from systems that deliver advertising or analyse visits.
Our website uses the Google Analytics advertising feature to target advertising based on a user’s previous behaviour (remarketing), to obtain an overview of demographic data and interests and to provide integrated services. These require Google Analytics to collect data using advertising cookie files and anonymous identifiers. You can find out how Google uses the information by visiting our website here.
Our website uses anonymous identifiers and third-party cookie files for targeted marketing communications. If you wish to unsubscribe from this data collection and targeting, go to the Advertisement Settings page and unsubscribe from targeted advertising. Alternatively, download a plugin to your search engine and unsubscribe directly through that plugin here.
Consent to storing cookies
Most search engines automatically accept cookies, unless the search engine settings are set differently.
You can restrict or block cookies on your search engine.
How to check the cookie settings in various search engines
You can find information about the cookie settings of specific search engines here: