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On this site you can find guides to cookie settings for the most popular browsers: https://www.aboutcookies.org/how-to-control-cookies/
Personal information is never shared with third parties without your express consent. We never collect personal information unless you give the information to us by registration, purchase or otherwise.
According to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) your personal information must be stored safe and soundly. Your personal information is stored on a secure and professional server center on computers with limited access.
The safety measures are controlled on a regular basis by Deloitte to make sure that the entire setup is secure in accordance with your rights as a consumer. In data transmissions we cannot guarantee a hundred percent safety. This means, that there is a small risk that others can forcefully gain access to information when data is being sent and stored electronically. It is therefore your own responsibility when you give your personal information.