What are they for and how do we work with them

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file of data that a server sends to a browser, which stores it on the user's computer. Each time you visit the same server, the browser sends this data back to the server. Cookies are usually used to distinguish individual users, store user preferences etc., and thus simplify the use of websites.

What are cookies for?

Cookies are a tool to ensure the functionality of the website for a specific user. The visited website can store information about your behavior on the website in cookies. However, in no case can cookies be used to identify visitors to third parties. Information from cookies can then be used for targeted advertising, statistical evaluation of visitor behavior, etc.

Blocking/deleting cookies

Each browser allows you to block or delete cookies if you wish. For more information, see the Help menu in your browser. Please note, however, that blocking all cookies will have a negative impact on the usability of many websites, including the EXPANDO website. Therefore, we recommend that you continue to use cookies when using our website.

How do we use cookies?

Cookies on our website may be set by us, third parties on the basis of a contract with us, or by independent third parties (e.g. advertisers). Our website uses both "temporary" and "permanent" cookies. The temporary ones remember the information from page to page for filtering and filling searches before deleting them at the end of the visit. Permanent cookies allow our website to recognize you when you return to us and remain stored on your computer until they are deleted or reach a specified expiration date. Permanent cookies will never be stored on your computer for more than 2 weeks from the date of the last visit.