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The information generated by cookies about how the site is used - standard internet usage log information (including your IP address) and information about visitor behavior in an anonymous form - is transmitted to Google and stored by this, including on servers in the United States. Before being sent to Google, your IP address is anonymized.
In accordance with its "Privacy Shield" certification, Google states that it complies with the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework. Google may transfer information collected by Google Analytics to a third party where required to do so by law, or where such third party processes the information on Google's behalf.
Managing cookies in your browser
Most browsers allow you to:
see what cookies you have and delete them individually
block third-party cookies
to block cookies from certain sites
block the setting of all cookies
delete all cookies when you close your browser
If you choose to delete cookies, you must keep in mind that any preferences will be lost.
Also, if you block cookies completely, many sites (including ours) will not work properly and internet transmissions will not work at all. For these reasons, we do not recommend that you completely block cookies when using our internet transmission services.