ITDS uses cookies to analyze the use of the website and to improve the ease of use. A cookie is a small file that will be placed on your hard disk by a server and that will only be recognized by the server that saves the cookie. A cookie shows our server that you returned to a certain page on our site.

Three types of cookies exist:

  1. Necessary cookies, necessary to keep settings or preferences during or until the next visit of the website.
  2. Cookies for research into website usage, they inform about which pages you view, in which order and for how long. This enables to make website statistics that can help to better align the website to the visitors.
  3. Cookies of websites of third parties, these are used for helpful extras like a Google-map with interactive route description or links with social media. By these cookies, websites now if you are logged in to Google, Facebook or Twitter.

A cookie does not register personal data like name, address, telephone number, email or other information that can trace back to you as a person. These cookies are therefore not easy to use to identify you and do not pose a threat for your privacy. ITDS uses cookies to gather information during your visit to our website, like your IP address (a number that is assigned to your computer when you surf the internet), the date and time of your visit to the website. The data the computer gathers can be used for statistics about the website to evaluate the use of the website, anonymous and as a total count.
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The following cookies will be used to save your cookies preference:

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When you use the useful extras on our website that originate from Google, Facebook or Twitter, these websites place a cookie on your computer. We cannot influence what third parties will do with these cookies.
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