The collection of user data will take place via the placement of the cookie text file in your browser. An anonymised user ID will be created in association with this. Thus Gaggenau will create and also store user profiles only in anonymous form and will never combine them with your name or any other data, e.g. your email address, that can reveal your identity. At any time, you may change the settings in order to either accept cookies or to disable cookies on your computer.
The following types of cookies are used on the Website:
Gaggenau collect data about how you use the Website as a user, e.g. which pages you visit the most often or if you receive a 404-message from any of our webpages. These cookies do not collect any data that identifies you as a person. All data collected about your visit is anonymised. The data is only used to improve the functioning of the Website.
These cookies mean that the Website can remember your choices (e.g. username or language) and customise the functions in accordance with these. These cookies may also be used to remember changes in text size, font and other aspects that you can customise. The data collected by these cookies is anonymised and they cannot track your activity on other websites.
Targeted cookies or cookies for advertising
Used to provide advertising that is relevant to your interests. They are usually placed by advertising networks following agreement from the website operator. They remember that you have visited a website and this information is shared with other organisations, e.g. advertisers.
Cookies from third parties
Gaggenau has taken measures to try to ensure that the cookies used correspond to the above descriptions and that the “Accept” (enable) or “Disable” (deactivate) options will be respected. But some cookies from third parties may still be retrieved. Unfortunately, Gaggenau has no control over these cookies and in this case, you should refer to the cookies list on this page, which contains additional information.
More information about cookies
If you want to know more about cookies in general and how to manage them, visit www.aboutcookies.org. Note that Gaggenau is not responsible for the content of external websites.
Change your settings for cookies
If you have previously declined cookies (Disable) and want to change the setting so that you can approve our placing cookies in your web browser, follow the link below and click on “Accept” for the different types of cookies. You will only need to do this once, as Gaggenau will then remember your settings at the next visit.