Antje Schultz

Dipl.-Übersetzerin, zertifizierte Stadtführerin (BVGD)

Cookie Policy

Our Cookie Policy

1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a short text-file based on standards around the communication between webservers and browsers. As part of this communication channel a cookie is part of a technology to handle more “individual” communication threads at the same time. The webserver delivers the cookie, the browser stores it and delivers it again and again by any click and activity from browser to the server.

2. Why do we store and handle cookies?

WordPress, Typo3 and other social media frameworks are used to build websites like or subdomains of this website. All these websites are free services to inform about my skills and offers for guests and clients. To use the funcionality of these website frameworks, cookies are used to handle the communication process. You can deactivate using and storing cookies in your browser setup. If you deactivate the cookies, maybe our websites are not functional at all or not funcional in some areas.

We have no specific interest, esp. no commercial interest, to use cookies or other personal data you might be delivering in using your browser.

But keep in mind that even by using the TCP/IP protocol and the infrastructure of the internet you will deliver a lot of information seen by any third party involved in the process of communication between your browser and our webserver.

We do not store or aggregate personal data for commercial interests. If you fill out a form, if you click the check button “i agree in storing my data…” you confirm using this data for further steps.

At any time you have the right to write us an email or call us and to get an overview about the data we have stored. At any time you could apply for erasing finally this data (only limited by national and international law).

3. What  do you have to agree to when using our service?

If you agree using this service, you agree in using cookies and in general you agree to using our service under the current national and international law and to our cookie policy and our data protection policy.

4. How can you refuse using cookies?

You can deactivate the use of cookies in your browser setup. Please use your browser documentation to do so. Nevertheless, the website will send these cookies but the browser will not store or send anything back when applying for a new response of the webserver.

One hint: please keep your browser up-to-date. You limit the risk of any unwanted usage of your own data.

5. Private data besides cookies…

In some countries even your IP address is part of your personal data. In order to use the internet, you MUST have a valid IP address. In combination with the time this information is stored in several log files and enables dataservice provider and datacenter hosters to fullfill their services.

It is technical impossible not to store your – even only temporarily given – IP address. Every package of information is wrapped in an envelope with this IP address and that is the only way to communicate with TCP/IP – the only way to communicate in INTERNET infrastructures.

We store this IP address to fullfil our service and we use it to deliver the right data content to the right browser. We log this data for security reasons (denial-of-service-attacks…) and we delete all these logs as soon as possible (again, limited by national and international law).

6. More information…

 You find more information about our data protection policy on our website. For any further questions,  please contact us – by mail or call.

If you miss some explanation or if you think we handle your data not in an appropiate way, please write a mail or call us.