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For more information, please go to the following link: http://www.aboutcookies.org. Please also read the overview of the individual cookies below.
When you visit our websites, we typically collect and process the following type of data: Technical data about your computer, tablet and/or mobile phone, your IP number, geographical location and your interests from the pages you have visited.
As part of our processing of your data when you use our websites, we have established appropriate technical and organisational measures to prevent that your data are accidentally or illegally erased, published, lost, deteriorated or disclosed to unauthorised parties, abused or are otherwise processed in conflict with legislation.
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