You can visit our website without sharing personal data. In that case, it is possible that certain data may be collected via cookies. Cookies are small text files that are stored on the hard disk of your computer, with the sole aim of better tailoring the site to the needs of the visitor.
We use the following cookies:
Functional cookies are necessary for the website to work properly. Because of these cookies, you don't have to make certain choices over and over again.
- PHP cookie (PHPSESSID): the website cannot function normally without this (otherwise unused) cookie.
- COOKIE_LAN: this cookie stores your language choice.
These functions are always installed, even if you do not accept the cookies. We invoke our legitimate interest for this. The cookies are stored for 30 days.
Analytical cookies allow us to measure website visits and improve our website. The information collected gives us insight into how often our website is used, what information visitors are looking for and which pages are visited the most.
We use Google Analytics, a popular web analysis service offered by Google Inc. It registers the number of visitors and tells us more about the general surfing behaviour, such as the duration of a visit to the website or the number of pages a user views on average. (_GA; _GID ;_UTMA ; _UTMZ). The information collected via the cookies (including the IP address) is sent to Google and – even before it is stored anywhere – is immediately anonymised. Google Analytics then provides insight into this data on the basis of an analysis report. We receive this analysis report, but it does not contain any personal data: the information contained therein cannot be traced to a person or IP address.
Google can pass the information on to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no influence over this as Google acts as data controller in that case.
By accepting the cookies, you consent to the processing of the information by Google in the ways and for the purposes described in the Google Privacy Statement. These cookies are stored for 14 months.
If you would like more information about how LM&DS processes your personal data, you can read this in our privacy statement, where you can also find out how you can exercise your rights with regard to the processing of this data.