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1. What are cookies?

A cookie is a small data set that is stored on your terminal device and contains data such as personal page settings, an ID or login information. This data set is generated and sent to you by the web server with which you have established a connection via your web browser. In general, we use cookies to analyze the interest in our websites and to improve our websites’ user-friendliness. In principle, you can also access our websites without cookies. However, if you wish to access our web pages to their full extent and in order to improve user-friendliness, we recommend accepting those cookies that enable the use of certain functions or make the use more convenient. MAN uses cookies to make its website more user-friendly, effective and safer.

Using the cookie banner displayed when you first call up the website, you can choose whether only the technically necessary cookies may be used by us or whether you agree to the use of optional cookies.

In addition, you have the option of controlling the use of cookies via the settings of your browser. Most browsers are set by default to accept all cookies. However, you have the option of setting your browser in such a way that cookies are displayed before they are saved, only certain cookies are accepted or rejected or cookies are generally rejected.

We would like to point out that changes to settings always only affect the respective browser. If you use different browsers or change the terminal device, the settings must be made again. Furthermore, you can delete cookies from your storage medium at any time. For further information on the cookie settings, changing them and deleting cookies, please refer to the help function of your web browser.

2. What types of cookies are there?

a. First-party cookies

Are set by the website itself (same domain as in the address bar of the browser) and can only be read by this website. These cookies are generally used to store information (e.g. your settings) that will be used the next time you visit the website.

b. Third party cookies

Third-party cookies come from providers other than the operator of the website. For example, they may be used to collect information for advertising, custom content and web statistics.

3. Cookies used on this site