WORKING IN GERMANY

Cookie Management

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The web site www.germany-work.com uses cookies to operate the website, facilitate its use, track activities on the website and display relevant offers.

Please read this document carefully and only use the services of the website if you agree with all its points and accept them as binding (hereinafter referred to as "User"). Please note that this policy refers exclusively to the handling of cookies on the specific website mentioned.

 

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small packet of data stored by internet services in the browser. This fundamental technology is essential to provide efficient and modern user experiences compatible with all modern browsers.

 

How is a cookie generated?

 

First, the client device sends a request to the server. The server creates a unique identifier, stores it in its own database and then sends this created cookie back to the client along with all the information. The received cookie is stored on the client device.

 

How is a cookie used?

 

When the client device reconnects to the server, the previously created and stored cookie is compared. The server compares the content of the received cookie with its own stored information. This makes it possible, for example, to easily identify a registered user who is logged in. Without this, it would not be possible to log in to a website, for example.

What cookies does the website use and for what purpose?

 

The website uses cookies for the following purposes:

  • Development of our website.
  • Facilitation of navigation on our website and use of its functions, thus ensuring a smooth user experience.
  • Collecting information about how you use our website: evaluating which parts you visit or use the most in order to provide you with an even better user experience when you return to our site.
  • Additional improvement of the user experience when returning to our site.
  • Placement of targeted advertisements on other websites.
  • Differentiation and identification of browser users.
  • Tracking of activities performed on the website to send messages about offers that may be of interest or importance to you.

Types of cookies

 

Cookies that ensure basic functionalityThese cookies ensure the proper functioning of the website, facilitate its use and collect usage information without identifying our users.

Cookies for statistical purposesIn order to improve our website and enhance the user experience, we also use cookies that collect information about how visitors use our website. These cookies do not identify you personally, but collect information such as which pages the visitor viewed, which sections the visitor clicked on, how many pages the visitor visited, how long the sessions lasted, and what error messages occurred.

Performance cookies: They include Google Analytics cookies, which ensure performance. You can find additional information about Google Analytics cookies here: Link

Targeting and advertising cookiesThe purpose of these cookies is to show advertisements on websites that are tailored to your interests or are relevant to you. These cookies do not identify you personally, but collect information about the pages you viewed, the sections you clicked on, how many pages you visited, all with the goal of understanding the content that matches your interests.

How can you control and disable cookies?

All modern browsers allow you to modify your cookie settings. Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default, but you can usually change these settings. In this way, the browser can prevent automatic acceptance and provide the opportunity to choose whether to accept cookies on a case-by-case basis.

Please note that since cookies serve to facilitate or enable the use of our website, avoiding or deleting cookies may result in the inability to fully utilize the functions of our website, and the website may not function as intended in your browser.

You can find information about cookie settings in the most popular browsers using the following links:

Google Chrome

Firefox

Microsoft Internet Explorer

Microsoft Edge

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