What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are saved on your computer or terminal device when you use web pages. There are basically two types of cookies:
Such cookies are temporarily stored on your computer or terminal during your visit to our website and then deleted.
These cookies remain on your computer for a long time and allow you to assign several sessions to the same terminal device.
In general, pressrelations uses various Internet technologies (e.g. cookies, Java script) only, to make it easier for you to use pressrelations Internet applications and to optimize them on the basis of anonymized, stored user data.
- In order to remember your chosen language during the session so that you can navigate more easily on our pages.
- For data analysis, such as the evaluation of visitor numbers to our websites or the most frequently visited websites. We use the analysis results for optimization purposes of our website.
Management of cookies
- View cookies
- Allow cookies
- Disable all or certain cookies
- Disable all cookies when you close your browser
- Block Cookies
- Notify when a cookie is to be set
- Contradiction to tracking web analysis (opt-out)
Note: If you block our cookies in your browser settings, you will not be able to use certain areas of our website or some functions will not be guaranteed. This may adversely affect your surfing experience. If you set your browser to "delete all cookies," your browser preferences will be deleted when you close your browser. If you do not prevent the setting of cookies in your browser settings, our system sends cookies as soon as you visit one of our websites.
In general, the common definition of cookies and their use, such as defined by the IETF Community, applies.